Certificate use for supporting merging and splitting of computational environments
Certificate revocation lists, Merging virtual machines, Soft-installation of processes, Splitting virtual machines
Lecture Notes in Computer Science (including subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics)
In recent years, numerous projects focusing on utilization of geographically-distributed environments have called upon certificates and certificate authorities for authentication, for validation, and for assigning access privileges to groups. This paper describes a prototype established for utilizing certificates in the IceT environment for facilitating merging of resource groups. This prototype extends this paradigm to leverage significantly upon certificate revocation lists to permit predictable, dynamic splittings of groups.
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DOI of published version
Gray, Paul A. and Sunderam, Vaidy S., "Certificate use for supporting merging and splitting of computational environments" (2001). Faculty Publications. 3600.