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CS810 Grid Computing Unitwise Notes PPT and PDF

CS810 Grid Computing Unitwise Notes PPT and PDF

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Grid Computing Course Plan Details

Grid Computing Course Plan Details

COURSE PLAN

Course
: B.E
Subject Code
: CS810


Subject Name
: Grid Computing


Academic year
: 2012-13 Even semester


Text Book T:
Maozhen Li, Mark Baker, The Grid Core Technologies, John Wiley & Sons ,2005.


Reference R1:
Ian Foster & Carl Kesselman, The Grid 2 – Blueprint for a New Computing Infrascture , Morgan Kaufman – 2004.


Reference R2:
Joshy Joseph & Craig Fellenstein, “Grid Computing”, Pearson Education 2004.

Reference R3:
Fran Berman,Geoffrey Fox, Anthony J.G.Hey, “Grid Computing: Making the Global Infrastructure a reality”, John Wiley and sons, 2003.



S. No.
Topic Name
Reference/ Text book
Page No.
Teaching aids;- OHP/PPT/Video/NPTEL/Animation/ Model/Chart
No. of periods
Cumulative No. of periods
1
Overall Introduction
Notes
Notes
--
1
1

Unit-I CONCEPTS AND ARCHITECTURE                                   




(9 hrs)
2
Parallel and Distributed Computing
W


1
2
3
Cluster Computing
W

NPTEL
1
3
4
Grid Computing
W

NPTEL
1
4
5
Anatomy and Physiology of Grid
R3

PPT
1
5
6
Review of Web Services
T
21-33
--
1
6
7
OGSA
T
34-40
--
1
7
8
WSRF
T
60-70
--
1
8

Review/Slip Test – I
-
-
-
1
9

Unit-II GRID MONITORING                                            




(9 hrs)
9
Grid Monitoring Architecture (GMA)
T
154-161
PPT
1
10
10
An Overview of Grid Monitoring Systems -Grid ICE
T
172-176
--
1
11
11
JAMM
T
189-192
--
1

12
12
MDS
T
196-201
--
2
14
13
Network Weather Service
T
205-209
--
1
15
14
R-GMA
T
209-214
--
1
16
15
Other Monitoring Systems - Ganglia
T
217-219
OHP
1
17
16
GridMon
T
219-220
OHP
1
18

Unit –III GRID SECURITY AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT




(9 hrs)
17
Grid Security
T
123-124
--
1
19
18
A Brief Security Primer
T
124-127
--
1
20
19
PKI-X509 Certificates
T
130-132
--
1
21
20
Grid Scheduling and Resource Management
T
244-245
PPT
1
22

Review/Slip Test II
-
-

1
23
21
Scheduling Paradigms
T
245-248
OHP
1
24
22
Working principles of Scheduling
T
248-254
OHP
1
25
23
A Review of Condor, SGE, PBS and LSF
T
254-288
PPT
4
29
24
Grid Scheduling with QoS
T
290-297
PPT
2
31

Unit –IV DATA MANAGEMENT AND GRID PORTALS




(9 hrs)
25
Data Management-Categories and Origins of Structured Data
R1
397-400
--
1
32
26
Data Management
Challenges
R1
400-403
--
1
33
27
Architectural Approaches
R1
404-405
--
1
34
28
Collective Data Management Services
R1
413-417
--
1
35
29
Federation Services
R1
417-424
--
1
36
30
Grid Portals
T
336
--
1
37
31
First-Generation Grid Portals
T
337-349
PPT
2
39
32
Second-Generation Grid Portals
T
350-372
PPT
2
41

Review/Slip test-II



1
42

Unit –V GRID MIDDLEWARE




(9 hrs)
33
List of globally available Middlewares
W
--
PPT
1
43
34
Case Studies-Recent version of Globus Toolkit
R2
239-374
VIDEO
2
45
35
gLite - Architecture
W
--
PPT
1
46
36
gLite- Components and Features
W
--
PPT
1
47
37
Review/Slip test-III


--
1
48
38
Conclusion
Notes
Notes
--
1
49








Topics beyond syllabus





1
Organizations Developing Grid Computing Standards, toolkits and the framework



1
50
2
NEESGrid, Virtual Observatory Tools



1
51


Total



51 hrs


Time allotment


Portion for cycle test
Total no.of periods allotted
45

Ist internal test
40 %
Total no.of periods needed
51

IInd internal test
40 %
Number of hours for which LCD projector required
11

IIIrd  internal test
20 %


Assignment Topics:
1
Organizations Developing Grid Computing Standards, toolkits and the framework
2
NEESGrid, Virtual Observatory Tools
3
Grid Applications


Content Beyond Syllabus:
1
Organizations Developing Grid Computing Standards, toolkits and the framework
2
NEESGrid, Virtual Observatory Tools.









Course
: B.E
Subject Code
: CS810


Subject Name
: Grid Computing


Academic year
: 2012-13 Even semester


COURSE OBJECTIVES
1
To Understand and explain the key concepts of Grid computing.
2
To Identify the resource selection for Grid environment.
3
To  understand about Grid computing history ,evolution of Grid and its Security issues
4
To understand Data management and transfer in Grid environments.
5
To know about Resource management technologies for Grid.
6
To understand the recent versions of Globus toolkit.

COURSE OUTCOMES
(a)
Students will understand the key concepts of Grid computing.
(b)
Students will identify the resource selection for Grid environment.
(c)
Students will understand about Grid computing history, evolution of Grid and its Security issues.
(d)
Students will know about  Data management and transfer in Grid environments  
(e)
Students will understand Resource management technologies for Grid.
(f)
Students will understand the recent versions of Globus toolkit.
(g)
The students will be encouraged to adapt their research problem in a Grid environment as a project.

MAPPING
Course Objectives

a
b
c
d
e
f
g
1
X





X
2

X


X


3
X

X


X
X
4
X
X
X
X


X
5

X


X

X
6





X
X














Measuring Tool for course outcome evaluation
S. No.
Course Outcome
Tools used for assessment
1
Students will understand the key concepts of Grid computing.
Quiz
2
Students will understand the Grid computing standards and its toolkits.
Assignment
3
Students will be able to understand about Grid computing history ,evolution of Grid and its Security issues
Slip Test
4
Students will gain a basic knowledge of Data management and transfer in Grid environments and Resource management.
Cycle Test
5
Students will be encouraged to adapt their research problem in a Grid environment as a project.
Brainstorming Session (Questions)

Course in-charge
OTHER RESOURCES: - (to be stored in CD)

Text book (to be stored in CD)
Text Book T:
Maozhen Li, Mark Baker, The Grid Core Technologies, John Wiley & Sons ,2005.


Reference book(to be stored in CD)
Reference R1:
Ian Foster & Carl Kesselman, The Grid 2 – Blueprint for a New Computing Infrascture , Morgan Kaufman – 2004.
Reference R2:
Joshy Joseph & Craig Fellenstein, “Grid Computing”, Pearson Education 2004.
Reference R3:
Fran Berman,Geoffrey Fox, Anthony J.G.Hey, “Grid Computing: Making the Global Infrastructure a reality”, John Wiley and sons, 2003.


.
Web reference
W1
www.cs.kent.edu/~farrell/grid06/lectures/index.html
W2
www.buyya.com/papers/GridIntro-CSI2005.pdf
W3
www.e-sciencecity.org/EN/gridcafe/grid-architecture.html
W4
www.globus.org  and glite.web.cern.ch
W5
http://www.umcs.maine.edu/~dickens/COS598/COS598_Lecture.html


Video Reference (youtube, EDUSAT etc) (to be stored in CD)
V1
The Grid
V2
Concepts of grid computing
V3
Campus Grid Toolkit
V4
 (Smart grid)



NPTEL/ other university video lectures related to syllabus - (to be stored in CD)
V1
Prof.Ajit Pal, Indian Institute of Technology , Kharagpur
(Cluster,Grid and Cloud Computing)














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