Pengembangan dan Pengujian Sistem Grid Computing Menggunakan Globus Toolkit di Universitas Telkom

  • Izzatul Ummah Telkom University
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Abstract

In this research, we build a grid computing infrastructure by utilizing existing cluster in Telkom University as back-end resources. We used middleware Globus Toolkit 6.0 and Condor 8.4.2 in developing the grid system. We tested the performance of our grid system using parallel matrix multiplication. The result showed that our grid system has achieved good performance. With the implementation of this grid system, we believe that access to high performance computing resources will become easier and the Quality of Service will also be improved.

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Author Biography

Izzatul Ummah, Telkom University
Director of High Performance Computing Laboratory, Telkom University

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Published
2017-09-14
How to Cite
Ummah, I. (2017). Pengembangan dan Pengujian Sistem Grid Computing Menggunakan Globus Toolkit di Universitas Telkom. Indonesia Journal on Computing (Indo-JC), 2(1), 7-20. https://doi.org/10.21108/INDOJC.2017.2.1.19
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