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MAGE-a metacomputing environment for parallel program development on cluster computers

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McMahon, M.T. ; D.N. American Inc., Fairmont, WV, USA ; DeLong, B.P. ; Fotta, M.E. ; Weinstock, G.J.
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This paper describes the design of MAGE-Metacomputing and Grid Environment-an environment for developing and executing parallel programs on COTS cluster computers and grids. The intention of MAGE is to provide a layer of abstraction at the level of parallel program compilation, execution, and monitoring. The user is isolated from the details of these operations, while preserving a robust, flexible set of capabilities for advanced parallel program development. While most metacomputing abstractions focus on access to extant parallel resources, or on integrating dispersed resources into a grid, MAGE integrates cluster middleware with workstation applications, and extends this paradigm by focusing on providing a development environment for the creation of new parallel programs. The flexible, modular design of the MAGE components ensures portability to different clustering platforms and promotes eventual integration of a MAGE-based system with a grid system.

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Cluster Computing, 2002. Proceedings. 2002 IEEE International Conference on

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2002

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