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Study of next-generation infrastructure: InfiniBand HPC grid computing for telecommunications data center

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4 Author(s)
Chhajed, G. ; Comput. Dept., Pune Univ., Baramati, India ; Shinde, S. ; Jagtap, R. ; Raskotwar, V.

Grid computing is increasingly being viewed as the next phase of distributed computing. Built on pervasive Internet standards, grid computing enables organizations to share computing and information resources across department and organizational boundaries in a secure, highly efficient manner. Grid computing originates in e-Science and its early development was driven to a large extent by the requirements of large-scale computing and efficient sharing of huge datasets. e-Business requirements led to the adoption of emerging Web services technologies-initially developed for distributed business application integration. Therefore grid computing can be applied to enterprise computing within and across organizations and pave the way for utility computing. This paper propose an all InfiniBand grid computing proof of concept (PoC) to deploy “Database-as-a-Service” for mission-critical Oracle deployments in high-end transactional situations. This shows that performance of grid architecture - leveraging blade servers as well as InfiniBand networking and Storage is capable of achieving results equivalent to traditional, high-end SMP systems at significantly lower cost and power consumption levels.

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Computer Science and Information Technology (ICCSIT), 2010 3rd IEEE International Conference on  (Volume:2 )

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9-11 July 2010