A Networking Approach to Grid Computing. Author(s). Daniel Minoli. First published January Print ISBN |Online. Explores practical advantages of Grid Computing and what is needed by an DANIEL MINOLI has many years of IT, telecom, and networking experience for. Daniel Minoli It covers “What Is Grid Computing And What Are The Key Issues? ” It also A comparison with other approaches is provided.
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