eScience fields which include areas such as spatial data, electromagnetic,bioinformatics, energy, social sciences, simulation, physical science have on the course of recent years a significant development regarding the complexity of algorithms and applications for data analysis. Information data has also evolved with an explosion in term of data volume and datasets for the scientific community. This has led researchers to identify new necessity regarding tools analysis, applications, by a profound change in computing infrastructures utilization. The field of eScience is constantly evolving through the creation of ever more growing scientific community who have a real needs in availability in computational resources ever more powerful calculations. Another important issue is the ability to be able to share results, this is why cloud technology through virtualization can be an important help for the scientist community for giving a flexible and scalable IT infrastructure depending on necessities. Indeed, cloud computing allows for the provision of computing resources, storage in an easy configurable way and adaptable in functions of real needs. Researchers often do not have all the computing capacities to meet their needs, so cloud technology and cloud models as Private, Public and Hybrid is an enable technology for having a guarantee of service availability, scalability and flexibility. The transition from traditional infrastructure to new virtualized with distributed models allows researchers to have access to an environment extremely flexible allowing an optimization of the use of hardware for having more available resources. However, the computational needs on e-Science have a direct effect regarding the way that applications are developed. The approach of writing algorithm and applications is still too tied to a model centered on a workstation for example. The vast majority of researchers conducts the writing process of their applications on their laptop or workstation in a limited context of computing power, storage and in a non-distributed way.

GRID AND CLOUD COMPUTING FOR E-SCIENCE APPLICATIONS / Terzo, Olivier. - STAMPA. - (In corso di stampa). [10.6092/polito/porto/2507384]

GRID AND CLOUD COMPUTING FOR E-SCIENCE APPLICATIONS

TERZO, OLIVIER
In corso di stampa

Abstract

eScience fields which include areas such as spatial data, electromagnetic,bioinformatics, energy, social sciences, simulation, physical science have on the course of recent years a significant development regarding the complexity of algorithms and applications for data analysis. Information data has also evolved with an explosion in term of data volume and datasets for the scientific community. This has led researchers to identify new necessity regarding tools analysis, applications, by a profound change in computing infrastructures utilization. The field of eScience is constantly evolving through the creation of ever more growing scientific community who have a real needs in availability in computational resources ever more powerful calculations. Another important issue is the ability to be able to share results, this is why cloud technology through virtualization can be an important help for the scientist community for giving a flexible and scalable IT infrastructure depending on necessities. Indeed, cloud computing allows for the provision of computing resources, storage in an easy configurable way and adaptable in functions of real needs. Researchers often do not have all the computing capacities to meet their needs, so cloud technology and cloud models as Private, Public and Hybrid is an enable technology for having a guarantee of service availability, scalability and flexibility. The transition from traditional infrastructure to new virtualized with distributed models allows researchers to have access to an environment extremely flexible allowing an optimization of the use of hardware for having more available resources. However, the computational needs on e-Science have a direct effect regarding the way that applications are developed. The approach of writing algorithm and applications is still too tied to a model centered on a workstation for example. The vast majority of researchers conducts the writing process of their applications on their laptop or workstation in a limited context of computing power, storage and in a non-distributed way.
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