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International Journal of Information Technology & Computer Science ( IJITCS )

Abstract :

Grid technology benefits user by providing a platform which enables access over huge resources. It provides service pertaining to the grid resources available across site and the management of these grid resources would be a challenging one. Cloud technology can benefit grid computing by providing on demand scaling of resources. This paper focuses on the similar approach and we propose a new framework for managing the integration of grid and cloud technology. The demand of resources over the grid site is efficiently handled by the deployment of new grid resources across cloud environment. This framework provides a basic approach for enabling any private cloud over grid environment in order to efficiently use the cloud concepts and acquire the maximum benefit of scaling of grid resources .

Keywords :

: Grid Computing; Cloud Computing;  Eucalyptus; Globus Toolkit; Gridway

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