12th International Conference on Grid Computing (GridCom)
Event submitted on Sunday, September 27th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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A niche-specific event for those working with Grid Computing. GridCom sounds like it is a key event for those working with this type of technology.
Conference Event Summary
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12th International Conference on Grid Computing (GridCom 2020) Service-oriented computing is a popular design methodology for large scale business computing systems.
Grid computing enables the sharing of distributed computing and data resources such as processing, networking, and storage capacity to create a cohesive resource environment for executing distributed applications in service-oriented computing.
Grid computing represents more business-oriented orchestration of pretty homogeneous and powerful distributed computing resources to optimize the execution of a time-consuming process as well. Grid computing has received a significant and sustained research interest in terms of designing and deploying large scale and high performance computational in e-Science and businesses.
The objective of the meeting is to serve as both the premier venue for presenting foremost research results in the area and as a forum for introducing and exploring new concepts.
Topics of Interest
- Algorithms and Bioinformatics
- Applications, Including E-Science and E-Business Applications
- Architectures and Fabrics
- Distributed and Large-Scale Data Access and Management
- Core Grid Infrastructure
- Peer to Peer Protocols in Grid Computing
- Network Support for Grid Computing
- Monitoring, Management, and Organization Tools
- Networking and Security
- Performance Measurement and Modelling
- Metadata, Ontology, and Provenance
- Middleware and Toolkits for Grid Computing
- Computing and Programming Models
- Programming Tools and Environments
- Distributed Problem Solving
- Creation and Management of Virtual Enterprises and Organizations
- Information Services
- Resource Management, Scheduling, and Runtime Environments
- Scientific, Industrial and Social Implications
- QoS and SLA Negotiation
- Grid Economy and Business Models
- Autonomic and Utility Computing on Global Grids
- Cluster and Grid Integration Issues
- Web Services, Semantic Grid and Web 2.0
- Grid related Applications