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dc.contributor.authorGarcia, Jose
dc.contributor.authorFox, Peter
dc.contributor.authorWest, Patrick
dc.contributor.authorZednik, Stephan
dc.descriptionpages 133 - 139
dc.description.abstractThe Open-source Project for a Network Data Access Protocol (OPeNDAP) software framework has evolved over the last 10 years to become a robust, high performance, service oriented architecture for the access and transport of scientific data from a broad variety of disciplines, over the Internet. Starting with version 4.0 of the server release, Hyrax, has at its core, the Back-End Server (BES). The BES offers ease of programming, extensibility and reliability allowing added functionality especially related to high- performance data Grids, that goes beyond its original goal of distributed data access. We present the fundamentals of the BES server as a component based architecture, as well as our experiences using the BES to distribute data processing in Grid-oriented intensive parallel computational tasks.
dc.publisherEarth Science Informatics
dc.subjectEarth System Grid - Center for Enabling Technologies
dc.titleDeveloping service-oriented applications in a grid environment - Experiences using the OPeNDAP back-end-server

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