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Teaching Grid Computing: Topics, Exercises, and Experiences

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Mache, J. ; Dept. of Math. & Comput. Sci., Lewis & Clark Coll., Portland, OR ; Apon, A.

Grid protocols and technologies are being adopted in a wide variety of academic, government, and industrial environments, and a growing body of research-oriented literature in grid computing is being compiled. However, there is a need for educational material that is suitable for classroom use. This paper describes topics, exercises, and experiences of teaching grid computing at two different universities. Course material in grid computing can be grouped into several knowledge areas. The focus in this paper is on grid programming, i.e., developing grid-enabled services using the Globus toolkit. Assessment data shows that with preparatory material and hands-on exercises, undergraduate computer science students can master grid programming. Topics and exercises for security, network programming, Web services, and grid programming are described. Recommendations include using stand-alone containers on individual student computers and following a first grid programming exercise that builds confidence with at least one more elaborate grid programming exercise

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Education, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:50 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Feb. 2007

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