XtremWeb

XtremWeb : the Open Source Platform for Desktop Grids. XtremWeb is an open source software to build lightweight Desktop Grid by gathering the unused resources of Desktop Computers (CPU, storage, network). Its primary features permit multi-users, multi-applications and cross-domains deployments. XtremWeb turns a set of volatile resources spread over LAN or Internet into a runtime environment executing highly parallel applications. Every day, XtremWeb provides computing power to scientists to run their code in High Energy Phisics, BioMolecuar, Mathematics and many more scientific or industrial domains. XtremWeb is highly programmable and customizable a wide range of applications (bag-of tasks, master/worker), of computing requirements (data/CPU/network-intensive) and computing infrastructures (clusters, Desktop PCs, multi-Lan) in a manageable, scalable and secure fasion. The XtremWeb is also a research in Grid and P2P technologies. Our team is working on improving security, efficiency, dependability of this promising new computing paradigm. XtremWeb is supported by national grants and by major European grants around Grid and Desktop Grid such as FP6 CoreGrid: European Network of Excellence and the FP7 EDGeS : Enabling Desktop Grid for E-Science.


References in zbMATH (referenced in 21 articles )

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  1. Derbeko, Philip; Dolev, Shlomi; Gudes, Ehud; Sharma, Shantanu: Security and privacy aspects in Mapreduce on clouds: A survey (2016)
  2. Fernández de Vega, Francisco; Olague, Gustavo; Trujillo, Leonardo; Lombraña González, Daniel: Customizable execution environments for evolutionary computation using BOINC + virtualization (2013)
  3. Javadi, Bahman; Kondo, Derrick; Iosup, Alexandru; Epema, Dick: The failure trace archive: enabling the comparison of failure measurements and models of distributed systems (2013)
  4. Flauzac, Oliver; Krajecki, Michael; Steffenel, Luiz-Angelo: CONFIIT: a middleware for peer-to-peer computing (2010)
  5. Georgatos, Fotis; Gkamas, Vasileios; Ilias, Aristeidis; Kouretis, Giannis; Varvarigos, Emmanouel: A grid-enabled CPU scavenging architecture and a case study of its use in the Greek school network (2010)
  6. Choy, Laurent; Petiton, Serge G.; Sato, Mitsuhisa: Large scale distributed and parallel computing for linear algebra problems: practice and experience (2009)
  7. Antoniu, Gabriel; Bouziane, Hinde Lilia; Jan, Mathieu; Pérez, Christian; Priol, Thierry: Combining data sharing with the master-worker paradigm in the common component architecture (2007)
  8. Genaud, Stéphane; Rattanapoka, Choopan: P2P-MPI: A peer-to-Peer framework for robust execution of message passing parallel programs on grids (2007)
  9. Kondo, Derrick; Chien, Andrew A.; Casanova, Henri: Scheduling task parallel applications for rapid turnaround on enterprise desktop grids (2007)
  10. Merz, Peter; Gorunova, Katja: Fault-tolerant resource discovery in peer-to-peer grids (2007)
  11. Nakajima, Yoshihiro; Sato, Mitsuhisa; Aida, Yoshiaki; Boku, Taisuke; Cappello, Franck: Integrating computing resources on multiple grid-enabled job scheduling systems through a grid RPC system (2007)
  12. Choi, SungJin; Baik, MaengSoon; Gil, JoonMin; Jung, SoonYoung; Hwang, ChongSun: Adaptive group scheduling mechanism using mobile agents in peer-to-peer grid computing environment (2006)
  13. Choi, SungJin; Baik, MaengSoon; Gil, JoonMin; Jung, SoonYoung; Hwang, ChongSun: Adaptive group scheduling mechanism using mobile agents in peer-to-peer grid computing environment (2006)
  14. Petiton, Serge G.; Aouad, Lamine M.; Choy, Laurent: Peer to peer large scale linear algebra programming and experimentations (2006)
  15. Randriamaro, Cyril; Soyez, Olivier; Utard, Gil; Wlazinski, Francis: Data distribution in a peer to peer storage system (2006)
  16. Randriamaro, Cyril; Soyez, Olivier; Utard, Gil; Wlazinski, Francis: Data distribution in a peer to peer storage system (2006)
  17. Cicotti, P.; Taufer, M.; Chien, Andrew A.: Globus: A metacomputing infrastructure toolkit (2005)
  18. Jurkowiak, Bernard; Li, Chu Min; Utard, Gil: A parallelization scheme based on work stealing for a class of SAT solvers (2005)
  19. Yang, Guangwen; Jin, Hai; Li, Minglu; Xiao, Nong; Li, Wei; Wu, Zhaohui; Wu, Yongwei; Tang, Feilong: Grid computing in China (2005)
  20. Germain, C.; Fedak, G.; Néri, V.; Cappello, F.: Global computing systems (2001)

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Further publications can be found at: http://www.xtremweb.net/publis.html