Saturday, February 19, 2005

Software Agents and Grid Computing

Software agents are frequently mentioned in the context of Grid Computing. For example, there is an upcoming conference entitled "2nd International Conference on GRID SERVICES ENGINEERING AND MANAGEMENT (GSEM'05)" to be held in Erfurt, Germany on September 19-22, 2005.

The conference blurb notes that:

The Grid has emerged as a global platform to support on-demand virtual organizations for coordinated sharing of distributed data, applications and processes. Service orientation of the Grid also makes it a promising platform for seamless and dynamic development, integration and deployment of service-oriented applications. The application components can be discovered, composed and delivered within a Grid of services, which are loosely coupled to create dynamic business processes and agile applications spanning organizations and computing platforms. The technologies contributing to such Grids of services include Service-Oriented Computing, Semantic Web, Grid Computing, Software Engineering, Business Process Technology, and Agent Technology.
Let us know what you think about the potential of grid computing as a platform for software agent technology. Comment here on the blog, or drop us an email.

1 Comments:

At 5:12 AM MST , Anonymous software development said...

Hi Jack Krupansky. I was looking for some info on backup software and came across your site. Although Software Agents and Grid Computing was not what I was after exactly, it certainly got my interest. I see now that I found your page when I was looking for backup software related information. Even though it was not a perfect match I'm glad I stopped by. Good post - have a good day.

 

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