Home > Solaris > Global Grid Connectivity Using Globus Toolkit With Solaris OE Global Grid Connectivity Using Globus Toolkit With Solaris OE Eugenia Loli 2004-06-28 Solaris 5 Comments This article describes how to integrate grid computing with Globus Toolkit software for a site using Sun N1 Grid Engine software (formerly Sun Grid Engine) as a local resource manager. About The Author Eugenia Loli Ex-programmer, ex-editor in chief at OSNews.com, now a visual artist/filmmaker. Follow me on Twitter @EugeniaLoli 5 Comments 2004-06-28 10:23 am Anonymous … and not here on OSNews. And probably as an appendix to one of their technical manuals, or as a downloadable PDF whitepaper. Absolutely no interest for 99.9999% of OSNews readers… 2004-06-28 10:56 am Anonymous Clusters, Grids, Supercomputers etc; all perfectly popular with many osnews readers, and all in a theme routinely linked and mentioned by osnews. 2004-06-28 11:28 am Anonymous Dude go to /. where you belong… 2004-06-28 12:38 pm Anonymous GridEngine is the best opensource batch scheduler. Others like OpenPBS are quite borken, and you need to spend a lot of $$ to pay for commercial products (LSF, PBSPro). With SGE, you don’t need to pay big bucks, and people run SGE on PPC Linux, or even PS2 Linux — something you can’t do without the source! 2004-06-28 4:33 pm Anonymous The first post sums it up quite nicely. I do find grid computing interesting but not enough to read a 100 page manual on it.