Membership Management based on a Hierarchical Ring for Large Grid Environments

Tae-Wan Gu, Seong-Jun Hong, Saangyong Uhmn and Kwang-Mo Lee
Volume: 3, No: 1, Page: 8 ~ 15, Year: 2007

Keywords: P2P, Membership Overlay, Membership Management, Hierarchical Ring
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Abstract
Grid environments provide the mechanism to share heterogeneous resources among nodes. Because of the similarity between grid environments and P2P networks, the structures of P2P networks can be adapted to enhance scalability and efficiency in deployment and to search for services. In this paper, we present a membership management based on a hierarchical ring which constructs P2P-like Grid environments. The proposed approach uses only a limited number of connections, reducing communication cost. Also, it only keeps local information for membership, which leads to a further reduction in management cost. This paper analyzes the performance of the approach by simulation and compares it with other approaches.

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IEEE Style
T. Gu, S. Hong, S. Uhmn and K. Lee, "Membership Management based on a Hierarchical Ring for Large Grid Environments," Journal of Information Processing Systems, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 8~15, 2007. DOI: .

ACM Style
Tae-Wan Gu, Seong-Jun Hong, Saangyong Uhmn, and Kwang-Mo Lee. 2007. Membership Management based on a Hierarchical Ring for Large Grid Environments, Journal of Information Processing Systems, 3, 1, (2007), 8~15. DOI: .