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2nd International Workshop on High Performance Grid Middleware, Bucharest, Romania

Grid Middleware refers to resource management, execution management, data management, security, monitoring and discovery, accounting, and other functions required by Virtual Organizations to operate effectively a shared services environment. Obtaining high performance Grid Middleware through new, innovative solutions is a challenge of today research, due to the strong requirements imposed by the dynamic behavior of the user and resource communities that compose the Virtual Organizations.
The purpose of the workshop is to provide an open forum for researchers from the Grid middleware community to present, discuss, and exchange research-related ideas, results, and experiences in the area of high performance grid middleware. Establish further subject for cooperation and common project is also at the aim of this workshop.
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