Grid Computing with the IBM Grid Toolbox
An IBM Redbooks publication
Note: This is publication is now archived. For reference only.
The IBM Grid Toolbox can assist enterprises that deploy, manage, and control grid computing, as well as developers who create products that assist in managing and deploying grids. This grid-enabling toolkit contains standardized development code, much of which was harvested from the open source community, plus an added database and run-time environment.
This IBM Redbooks publication is designed to give the reader a comprehensive view of the IBM Grid Toolbox.
As the IBM Grid Toolbox is designed in a layered approach, we describe the product by introducing each underlying layer until the whole ecosystem is revealed. The product significantly leverages open standards in the grid computing world, so we show how the IBM Grid Toolbox complements and enhances these standards for the development and deployment of grid services and applications.
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Planning
Chapter 3. Installation and setup
Chapter 4. Installing related software
Chapter 5. Managing
Chapter 6. Samples
Appendix A. Directory Tree
Appendix B. Commands
Appendix C. Script the installation
Appendix D. Response file
Appendix E. Certificate authority
Appendix F. Uninstalling the IBM Grid Toolbox
Appendix G. Logging & Error Messages
Appendix H. WSRF
Appendix I. Checklist and worksheet
Appendix J. Software support for the IBM Grid Toolbox