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A web 2.0 user interface for wide-area resource monitoring

Smith, G., Baker, M. and Diaz Montes, J. (2008) A web 2.0 user interface for wide-area resource monitoring. In: 15th ACM Mardi Gras conference, Louisiana, USA,

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To link to this item DOI: 10.1145/1341811.1341817


Resource monitoring in distributed systems is required to understand the 'health' of the overall system and to help identify particular problems, such as dysfunctional hardware or faulty system or application software. Monitoring systems such as GridRM provide the ability to connect to any number of different types of monitoring agents and provide different views of the system, based on a client's particular preferences. Web 2.0 technologies, and in particular 'mashups', are emerging as a promising technique for rapidly constructing rich user interfaces, that combine and present data in intuitive ways. This paper describes a Web 2.0 user interface that was created to expose resource data harvested by the GridRM resource monitoring system.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
ID Code:14868
Uncontrolled Keywords:distributed systems, mashups, resource monitoring, user interface, web 2.0

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