ABSTRACT: The industrial information grid is a special kind of system, the users of which exclusively own geographically distributed computing resources for business service, and try to maintain the lowest total cost of ownership while guaranteeing quality of service. In this paper, we classify the industrial information grid as an extension to grid problem; develop a unified management framework for new management paradigm, which supports the distribution of administration labor and collaboration of system administrator at different locations; propose a self-organizing algorithm, which supports the initial establishment, daily management and exception processing of industrial information grid. Finally, we evaluate the performance of system management, and analyze the management overhead with this new management paradigm.
Cluster Computing and the Grid, 2006. CCGRID 06. Sixth IEEE International Symposium on; 06/2006