Istituto di Scienza e Tecnologie dell'Informazione     
Coppola M., Aldinucci M., Campa S., Danelutto M., Vanneschi M., Zoccolo C. Structured implementation of component based grid programming environments. Getov, Vladimir; Laforenza, Domenico; Reinefeld, Alexander (eds.). (CoreGRID Series). Berlin / Heidelberg: Springer, 2006.
The design, implementation and deployment of efficient high performance applications on Grids is usually a quite hard task, even in the case that modern and efficient grid middleware systems are used. We claim that most of the difficulties involved in such process can be moved away from programmer responsibility by following a structured programming model approach. The proposed approach relies on the development of a layered, component based execution environment. Each layer deals with distinct features and problems related to the implementation of GRID applications, exploiting the more appropriate techniques. Static optimizations are introduced in the compile layer, dynamic optimization are introduced in the run time layer, whereas modern grid middleware features are simply exploited using standard middleware systems as the final target architecture. We first discuss the general idea, then we discuss the peculiarities of the approach and eventually we discuss the preliminary results achieved in the GRID.it project, where a prototype high performance, component based, GRID programming environment is being developed using this approach.
Subject High level parallel programming
Service Level Agreements
Software Components
Component programming
Parallel programming languages
Distributed Programming
Grid computing
D.3.3 Language Constructs and Features
C.2.4 Distributed Systems
D.2.2 Software Engineering. Design Tools and Techniques
K.6.3 Software Management
D.1.3 Concurrent Programming

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