Grid Economics and Business Models: 4th International Workshop, Gecon 2007, Rennes, France, August 28, 2007, Proceedings

Grid Economics and Business Models th International Workshop Gecon Rennes France August Proceedings analysis Their results show that interoperability is the most indispensable element to a successful utilization of Grid infrastructures in enterprises In the third contribution Altmann and colleagues

  • Title: Grid Economics and Business Models: 4th International Workshop, Gecon 2007, Rennes, France, August 28, 2007, Proceedings
  • Author: Jörn Altmann
  • ISBN: 9783540744283
  • Page: 466
  • Format: Paperback
  • analysis Their results show that interoperability is the most indispensable element to a successful utilization of Grid infrastructures in enterprises In the third contribution, Altmann and colleagues formulate a taxonomical proach to Grid business models They survey the development and origin of Grid technologies and focus on the importance of business directed valueanalysis Their results show that interoperability is the most indispensable element to a successful utilization of Grid infrastructures in enterprises In the third contribution, Altmann and colleagues formulate a taxonomical proach to Grid business models They survey the development and origin of Grid technologies and focus on the importance of business directed values when trying to commercialize today s Grids Therein, they identify the reduction of costs, the provement of efficiency, the creation of novel products and services as well as the quality and collaboration between companies as key factors for the differentiation of Grid business models The paper concludes by applying the proposed taxonomy to a utility computing scenario and a software as a service scenario in practice Stanoevska Slabeva and Zsigri propose a generic value chain for the Grid industry In their contribution, they suggest a case study on aggregating results from different Grid middleware modules into a generic Grid value chain In their contribution, McKee and coauthors propose a set of strategies for acting in future service oriented markets The costs of negotiations are put in relation to the value of the offer under negotiation Hence, the contribution adds to the state of the art by extending the vision of service level agreements SLAs within service fra works Sandholm and Lai propose a novel, prediction based enforcement of performance contracts Their approach aims at controllable quality of service QoS within Grid computing platforms The proposed mechanism is based on a hybrid resource allo tion system using both proportional shares and reservations.

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