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The technical infrastructure of geological survey information grid

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1 Author(s)
Chaoling Li ; Development Research Center, China Geological Survey, Beijing, China

The ways of resource organization and mechanisms of management are important in the technical infrastructure of cloud computing or GRID computing, Many researchers have focused on the centralized resource pool and global-local two-layer mode but little work considers the availability and practicability of universal discovery description and integration and mechanisms of support long transaction management. In this paper, we propose an effective ways of resource organization and mechanisms of management, Called P2P Node manager technique. The P2P node manager aims at the kernel technology question for grid virtuality and cooperation. It begins with the questions for mode and performance of grid services, global and multilayer resource management and services discovery, mechanisms of support long transaction management and synchrone mechanism. Basd on Composition and technical infrastructure of the P2P node manager, the frame of resource organization based on geological fields Ontology, share, synchrone and teamwork mechanism of global-local two-layer resource, temporary aggregate-ware of data resource for supportting long transaction mechanisms, the portal configurator of virtual node resource for node self-government mechanisms have been discussed in the paper.

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2010 18th International Conference on Geoinformatics

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18-20 June 2010