Successfully reported this slideshow.
We use your LinkedIn profile and activity data to personalize ads and to show you more relevant ads. You can change your ad preferences anytime.

Grid Computing Certification

371 views

Published on

Vskills certification for Grid Computing Professional assesses the candidate for a company’s grid computing and transformation needs. The certification tests the candidates on various areas in grid computing which include knowledge of technical concepts and terminologies, grid platform like OGSA and OGSI, technologies used in grids like SOA, XML and cluster, and implementation by Globus toolkit for the organization.

http://www.vskills.in/certification/Certified-Grid-Computing-Professional

Published in: Education, Technology
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

Grid Computing Certification

  1. 1. Certified Grid Computing Professional VS-1081
  2. 2. Certified Grid Computing Professional www.vskills.in CCCCertifiedertifiedertifiedertified Grid Computing ProfessionalGrid Computing ProfessionalGrid Computing ProfessionalGrid Computing Professional Certification CodeCertification CodeCertification CodeCertification Code VS-1081 Vskills certification for Grid Computing Professional assesses the candidate for a company’s grid computing and transformation needs. The certification tests the candidates on various areas in grid computing which include knowledge of technical concepts and terminologies, grid platform like OGSA and OGSI, technologies used in grids like SOA, XML and cluster, and implementation by Globus toolkit for the organization. Why should one take this certification?Why should one take this certification?Why should one take this certification?Why should one take this certification? This Course is intended for professionals and graduates wanting to excel in their chosen areas. It is also well suited for those who are already working and would like to take certification for further career progression. Earning Vskills Grid Computing Professional Certification can help candidate differentiate in today's competitive job market, broaden their employment opportunities by displaying their advanced skills, and result in higher earning potential. WhWhWhWho will benefit from taking this certification?o will benefit from taking this certification?o will benefit from taking this certification?o will benefit from taking this certification? Job seekers looking to find employment in computing, analysis department of various companies, students generally wanting to improve their skill set and make their CV stronger and existing employees looking for a better role can prove their employers the value of their skills through this certification Test DetailsTest DetailsTest DetailsTest Details • Duration:Duration:Duration:Duration: 60 minutes • No. of questions:No. of questions:No. of questions:No. of questions: 50 • Maximum marks:Maximum marks:Maximum marks:Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%) There is no negative marking in this module. Fee StructureFee StructureFee StructureFee Structure Rs. 4,000/- (Includes all taxes) Companies that hire Vskills CertifiedCompanies that hire Vskills CertifiedCompanies that hire Vskills CertifiedCompanies that hire Vskills Certified Grid Computing ProfessionalGrid Computing ProfessionalGrid Computing ProfessionalGrid Computing Professional Grid Computing professional are in great demand. Companies specializing in installation and management of grids are constantly hiring knowledgeable professionals. Various banks, telecom and IT companies also need grid computing professionals for data management and analysis.
  3. 3. Certified Grid Computing Professional www.vskills.in Table of Contble of Contble of Contble of Content 1.1.1.1. IntroductionIntroductionIntroductionIntroduction 1.1 Evolution and generations 1.2 Need and benefits 1.3 Grid types 1.4 Technical terms 2.2.2.2. Distributed ComputingDistributed ComputingDistributed ComputingDistributed Computing 2.1 Internet Computing, peer-to-peer 2.2 Grid architectures and middleware 2.3 Computing on demand 2.4 DHT and DRMS 3.3.3.3. Enterprise ComputingEnterprise ComputingEnterprise ComputingEnterprise Computing 3.1 Grid integration 3.2 Open grid services and WSRF 3.3 Computational economy and GRACE 4.4.4.4. Service Oriented ArchitectureService Oriented ArchitectureService Oriented ArchitectureService Oriented Architecture 4.1 SOA basics 4.2 Design considerations 4.3 Development for the grid 5.5.5.5. Web ServicesWeb ServicesWeb ServicesWeb Services 5.1 Web Services characteristics and architecture 5.2 Web Services protocols (WSDL, UDDI) concepts 5.3 Grid Services (WSRF, OGSI) concepts 6.6.6.6. Open Grid Services ArchitectureOpen Grid Services ArchitectureOpen Grid Services ArchitectureOpen Grid Services Architecture 6.1 OGSA Model and interfaces 6.2 OGSA basic services 6.3 Handles, references and notifications 6.4 Globus toolkit and OGSA 7.7.7.7. P2PP2PP2PP2P ManagementManagementManagementManagement 7.1 Characteristics 7.2 Data location and routing algorithms 7.3 Benefits and shortcomings 8.8.8.8. SchedulersSchedulersSchedulersSchedulers 8.1 Scheduler role, features and selection 8.2 Scheduling algorithms and architecture 8.3 Common schedulers (OpenPB, Maui, Condor-G)
  4. 4. Certified Grid Computing Professional www.vskills.in 9.9.9.9. WorkflowWorkflowWorkflowWorkflow 9.1 Workflow management systems 9.2 Workflow specification languages 10.10.10.10. Globus ToolkitGlobus ToolkitGlobus ToolkitGlobus Toolkit 10.1 Concepts and architecture 10.2 Hosting environments 11.11.11.11. Grid SecurityGrid SecurityGrid SecurityGrid Security 11.1 Certificate basics (X.509, PKI) 11.2 Java certificate services 11.3 Globus toolkit security libraries 12.12.12.12. Resource ManagementResource ManagementResource ManagementResource Management 12.1 Resource management models (AO, market, hierarchical) 12.2 Web services GRAM architecture 12.3 Network and memory management 13.13.13.13. Data ManagementData ManagementData ManagementData Management 13.1 GridFTP 13.2 Multiple protocol usage 14.14.14.14. Web Service Resource FrameworkWeb Service Resource FrameworkWeb Service Resource FrameworkWeb Service Resource Framework 14.1 WSRF basics and OSGI 14.2 Normative specifications 14.3 GT4 and WSRF 15.15.15.15. Message Passing StandardsMessage Passing StandardsMessage Passing StandardsMessage Passing Standards 15.1 MPI and MPI 2.0 15.2 MPICH2 16.16.16.16. ClusterClusterClusterCluster 16.1 Cluster application 16.2 HA and load balancing cluster 16.3 HPC clusters
  5. 5. Certified Grid Computing Professional www.vskills.in Course OutlineCourse OutlineCourse OutlineCourse Outline IntroductionIntroductionIntroductionIntroduction Understanding the different generations, need and benefits of grids Describing the different types of grids Explaining various technical terminologies used in grid computing Distributed ComputingDistributed ComputingDistributed ComputingDistributed Computing Illustrating the various distributed computing models like internet computing, peer-to- peer, etc. Detailing the different grid architectures and middleware used in grid computing Explaining the concept of computing on demand, distributed hash table (DHT) and distributed resource management system (DRMS) Enterprise ComputingEnterprise ComputingEnterprise ComputingEnterprise Computing Understanding the integration of grid in an enterprise Describing the concept and application of open grid services and web services resource framework (WSRF) in enterprise grid Explaining the impact of grids on economy and overview of GRACE research project Service Oriented ArchitectureService Oriented ArchitectureService Oriented ArchitectureService Oriented Architecture Illustrating the concepts of SOA Detailing the design considerations and development in SOA for the grid Web ServicesWeb ServicesWeb ServicesWeb Services Describing the characteristics and architecture of web services Detailing the different WSDL and UDDI web Services protocols Understanding the concepts of grid services frameworks like WSRF and OGSI Open Grid Services ArchitectureOpen Grid Services ArchitectureOpen Grid Services ArchitectureOpen Grid Services Architecture Explaining the OGSA model and the interfaces offered Illustrating the basic services offered by OGSA Understanding the basics of handles, references and notifications in OGSA Describing the relationship and usage of Globus toolkit with OGSA P2P ManagementP2P ManagementP2P ManagementP2P Management Detailing the various characteristics of peer-to-peer systems Illustrating the data location and routing algorithms used b napster, kazaa, etc. Explaining the different benefits and shortcomings of p2p systems SchedulersSchedulersSchedulersSchedulers Understanding the role, features and selection criteria of scheduler Describing the various scheduling algorithms and architecture used in grids Explaining the common schedulers like OpenPB, Maui, Condor-G used in grids
  6. 6. Certified Grid Computing Professional www.vskills.in WorkflowWorkflowWorkflowWorkflow Illustrating the various workflow management systems like Karajan, triana, etc. Detailing the different workflow specification languages used in grids like XLANG, GSFL, WSFL, etc. Globus ToolkitGlobus ToolkitGlobus ToolkitGlobus Toolkit Understanding the concepts and architecture of open source globus toolkit (GT) Explaining the various hosting environments for GT deployment Grid SecurityGrid SecurityGrid SecurityGrid Security Describing the basics of security certificate like X.509 and PKI for implementing security in grid environment. Illustrating security implementation by Java certificate services and globus toolkit security libraries Resource ManagementResource ManagementResource ManagementResource Management Detailing the various resource management models like AO, market, hierarchical, etc. Explaining the web services GRAM architecture for resource management in GT Illustrating the various network and memory management techniques Data ManagementData ManagementData ManagementData Management Understanding file transfer using GridFTP and applying multiple protocols Web Service Resource FrameworkWeb Service Resource FrameworkWeb Service Resource FrameworkWeb Service Resource Framework Explaining the concepts of WSRF and interlinking with OSGI Describing the various normative specifications of WSRF Illustrating interlinking of GT4 and WSRF for stateful services Message Passing StandardsMessage Passing StandardsMessage Passing StandardsMessage Passing Standards Detailing the various message passing protocols like MPI, MPI 2.0 and MPICH2 ClusterClusterClusterCluster Explaining the usage of grids as cluster and their applications Describing the concepts of high-availability, load balancing and high performing computing clusters
  7. 7. Certified Grid Computing Professional www.vskills.in Sample QuestionsSample QuestionsSample QuestionsSample Questions 1. The1. The1. The1. The termtermtermterm WSDLWSDLWSDLWSDL refersrefersrefersrefers to _________________.to _________________.to _________________.to _________________. A. Web Server Description Language B. Web Services Description Language C. Web Services Definition Language D. None of the above 2222.... The process of calling a procedure from remote server is calledThe process of calling a procedure from remote server is calledThe process of calling a procedure from remote server is calledThe process of calling a procedure from remote server is called _________________._________________._________________._________________. A. RPM B. RPC C. RPP D. None of the above 3333. The. The. The. The termtermtermterm UDDIUDDIUDDIUDDI expands to _________expands to _________expands to _________expands to _________________.________.________.________. A. Universal Definition Discovery and Integration B. UML Description Discovery and Integration C. Universal Description Discovery and Integration D. None of the above 4444. The. The. The. The decision node of a decision tree tests how many attribute valuesdecision node of a decision tree tests how many attribute valuesdecision node of a decision tree tests how many attribute valuesdecision node of a decision tree tests how many attribute values ___________________________________.___________.___________.___________. A. Single B. Double C. Triple D. None of the above 5555.... Values assigned to the service data elements of a grid serviceValues assigned to the service data elements of a grid serviceValues assigned to the service data elements of a grid serviceValues assigned to the service data elements of a grid service areareareare calledcalledcalledcalled _________________._________________._________________._________________. A. SDV B. SPV C. SSV D. None of the above Answers: 1 (B), 2 (B), 3 (C), 4 (A), 5 (A)

×