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Comments for Document: Remote Instrumentation Services In Grid Environment (RISGE-RG) Collection of Use Cases
|Author(s):||R. Pugliese, M. Sutter, L. Berruti, F. Davoli, D. Edgington, D. Stokłosa, M. Grammatikou|
|Public Comment End:||3 Jul, 2009|
I would like to bring the point about how a user can get access to the available services in a Grid including instrumentation, how the SLA is made, and how results from different services are integrated.
I am thinking about for example integrating network measurements from different providers, or the classical scenario (CrossGrid) of access to meteo, hydro, hidraulic data and simulation facilities. VCR may solve the point for a single instrument or pool of similar resources, but what about different instruments?
The Argugrid/GRIA case is a very good example in this direction, although it seems most services are very similar.