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Distributed System Concepts and Architectures Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) Advanced Operating Systems (8320) Pradeep Distributed System Concepts and Architectures Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) Advanced Operating Systems (8320) Pradeep Konduri pkonduri [email protected] gsu. edu

Distributed Computing Environment Ø Ø What is DCE? DCE Architecture Some models References Distributed Computing Environment Ø Ø What is DCE? DCE Architecture Some models References

Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) Ø The DCE is a software that supplies a framework Distributed Computing Environment (DCE) Ø The DCE is a software that supplies a framework and toolkit for developing client/server applications. The framework includes a Remote Procedure Call (RPC) mechanism, a naming (directory) service, a time service, an authentication service, an authorization service and a Distributed File System. Ø DCE runs on all major computing platforms and is designed to support distributed applications in heterogeneous hardware and software environments. DCE is a key technology in three of today's most important areas of computing: security, the World Wide Web, and distributed objects.

DCE Architecture Ø Largest management unit in DCE is cell. Ø The highest privileges DCE Architecture Ø Largest management unit in DCE is cell. Ø The highest privileges within a cell are assigned to a role called cell administrator Ø Major components of DCE within every cell are: • The security server that is responsible for authentication • The Cell Directory Server (CDS) that is the repository of resources and Access Control Lists and • The Distributed Time Server that provides an accurate clock for proper functioning of the entire cell.

DCE [Schill ’ 93] The DCE infrastructure supports the construction and integration of client/server DCE [Schill ’ 93] The DCE infrastructure supports the construction and integration of client/server applications while attempting to hide the inherent complexity of the distributed processing from the user [Schill 93]. The OSF DCE is intended to form a comprehensive software platform on which distributed applications can be built, executed, and maintained.

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DCE Fundamental distributed services provide tools for software developers to create the end-user services DCE Fundamental distributed services provide tools for software developers to create the end-user services needed for distributed computing. They include • • • Remote Procedure Call, which provides portability, network independence, and secure distributed applications. Directory services, which provides a single naming model to allow programmers and maintainers to identify and access distributed resources more easily. Time service, which provides a mechanism to monitor and track clocks in a distributed environment and accurate time stamps to reduce the load on system administrator. Security service, which provides the network with authentication, authorization, and user account management services to maintain the integrity, privacy, and authenticity of the distributed system. Thread service, which provides a simple, portable, programming model for building concurrent applications. Data-sharing services provide end users with capabilities built upon the fundamental distributed services. These services require no programming on the part of the end user and facilitate better use of information. They include • • Distributed file system, which interoperates with the network file system to provide a high-performance, scalable, and secure file access system. Diskless support, which allows low-cost workstations to use disks on servers, possibly reducing the need/cost for local disks, and provides performance enhancements to reduce network overhead.

DCE (1997) Applications Security Distributed File Service Basic System Services Time, name, process services, DCE (1997) Applications Security Distributed File Service Basic System Services Time, name, process services, etc RPC and Group Communication Processes and Threads Kernel with transport service Management Distributed Services Concurrency control, group management, etc

DCE (2002) Open Grid Services Architecture Design Ø Based upon Web Services (ports that DCE (2002) Open Grid Services Architecture Design Ø Based upon Web Services (ports that are service endpoints) Ø Web Services Description Language: XML language used to describe Web Service Ø Universal Description Discovery and Integration: Mechanism needed to discover Web Resources Ø APIs that can be accessed over a network, such as the Internet, and executed on a remote system hosting the requested services. Architecture Ø P 2 P Design Issues Ø Interoperability between implementations Ø Extensibility not standardized Ø Usability questionability

DCE(Adiga et al, 2005) United Devices Grid MP • Design Web Services Based Grid DCE(Adiga et al, 2005) United Devices Grid MP • Design Web Services Based Grid MP system consists of a set of servers providing grid services Grid MP resources run a lightweight Agent • Architecture Multi-Tiered (P 2 P) or Client/Server Batch Jobs MPI Jobs Data-parallel jobs Design Issues • Resource Discovery-Unreliable resources • Replication-Same job executing on multiple machines

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DCE-(Ren et al, 2006) Fine Grained Cycle Sharing Design Ø Based on Web Services DCE-(Ren et al, 2006) Fine Grained Cycle Sharing Design Ø Based on Web Services Ø Uses Resource Description Framework (RDF): An evolutionary stage of the World Wide. Web in which automated software can store, exchange, and use machinereadable information distributed throughout the web Ø APIs Architecture Ø Multi-Tiered (P 2 P) Design Issues Ø Failure Recovery Ø Coherency

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