INTRODUCTION TO GRID COMPUTING AND ITS APPLICATIONS

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INTRODUCTION TO GRID COMPUTING AND ITS APPLICATIONS

DEFINITION OF GRID:-
It is a space bar that are parallel and crossed vertically to each other.

TYPES OF GRID:-
There are many types of grid like:-

1) COMPUTATIONAL GRID:- It acts as the resource of many computers in a network to a single problem at a time.

2) DATA GRID:- It deals with the controlled sharing and management of distributed data of large amount.

3) COLLABORATIVE GRID:- It is the grid which solves collaborative problems.

4) MANUSCRIPT GRID:- This grid works well when things are presenting in large continuous blocks of text or images.

5) MODULAR GRID:- This grid works well when columns alone don’t offer enough flexibility for complex problems.

GRID ACTIVITIES:-
– Grid shares many different kinds of resources which is transparent to the end user.
– It can solve many number of problems occurred in both science and industry.
– The grid development was done in the EU-funded.

ADVANTAGES OF GRID COMPUTING:-
1) It can solve more complex problems in a very short span of time.
2) It can easily combine with other organisation.
3) It can make better use of existing hardware.

DISADVANTAGES OF GRID COMPUTING:-
1) It evolves grid software and standards.
2) It starts learning curve.
3) It is very non interactive.

ROLES OF GRID COMPUTING ORGANIZATION:-
Based on their functional role they are:-
1) Organizations developing grid standards and practices for guildline.
2) It acts as a middleware solution.
3) It is a based solution which can solve computing, data and network requirements.
4) It adopt grid concepts for commercial purpose.

GRID ARCHITECTURE:-
– It is the way where grid has been designed.
– It is described in terms of layers which has a specific function.
– The lowest layer is the network above the network layer lies the resource layer.
– The middle layer provides tools that enables various elements.
– The highest is the application layer which includes all kinds of applications.

EXPECTED QUESTIONS WITH ANSWERS

1) WHAT IS A GRID AND ITS TYPES?
Ans- DEFINITION OF GRID:-
It is a space bar that are parallel and crossed vertically to each other.

TYPES OF GRID:-
There are many types of grid like:-
1) COMPUTATIONAL GRID:- It acts as the resource of many computers in a network to a single problem at a time.
2) DATA GRID:- It deals with the controlled sharing and management of distributed data of large amount.
3) COLLABORATIVE GRID:- It is the grid which solves collaborative problems.
4) MANUSCRIPT GRID:- This grid works well when things are presenting in large continuous blocks of text or images.
5) MODULAR GRID:- This grid works well when columns alone don’t offer enough flexibility for complex problems.

2) WHAT ARE THE APPLICATIONS OF GRID COMPUTING?
Ans- ADVANTAGES OF GRID COMPUTING:-
1) It can solve more complex problems in a very short span of time.
2) It can easily combine with other organisation.
3) It can make better use of existing hardware.

DISADVANTAGES OF GRID COMPUTING:-
1) It evolves grid software and standards.
2) It starts learning curve.
3) It is very non interactive.

3) WHAT ARE THE ROLES OF GRID COMPUTING ORGANIZATION?
Ans:- ROLES OF GRID COMPUTING ORGANIZATION:-
Based on their functional role they are:-
1) Organizations developing grid standards and practices for guideline.
2) It acts as a middleware solution.
3) It is a based solution which can solve computing, data and network requirements.
4) It adopt grid concepts for commercial purpose.

4) EXPLAIN IN BRIEF THE GRID ARCHITECTURE?
Ans:- GRID ARCHITECTURE:-
– It is the way where grid has been designed.
– It is described in terms of layers which has a specific function.
– The lowest layer is the network above the network layer lies the resource layer.
– The middle layer provides tools that enables various elements
– The highest is known as the application layer which includes all kinds of applications.

5) WHAT ARE THE ACTIVITIES OF GRID?
Ans:- GRID ACTIVITIES:-
– Grid shares many different kinds of resources which is transparent to the end user.
– It can solve many number of problems occurred in both science and industry.
– The grid development was done in the EU-funded.

GATE Syllabus –

1.Gate Syllabus for Computer Science and Information Technology 2014

IES Syllabus-

1. IES Syllabus for General Ability

 

 

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