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Lessons in grid computing: the systems is a mirror

Author: Robbins, Stuart Publisher: Wiley, 2006.Language: EnglishDescription: 363 p. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 0471790109Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes index
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CONTENTS Lessons in Grid Computing Lessons in Grid Computing Foreword by Geoffrey Moore Foreword by Thornton May Acknowledgments xi xiii xvii CHAPTER 1 The Prime Theorem Information Systems Mirror the People that Build Them CHAPTER 2 Interfaces How They Work and What Happens When They Are Broken CH APT E R 3 Relationship Management We Can No Longer Manage the Systems as Single Nodes CHAPTER 4 Virtualization A Natural Stage in the Maturity Cycle of Technologies CHAPTER 5 Orchestration Finding a Sensible Order amid too Many Complications to Count CHAPTER 6 Complexity Databases, Passwords, Collaboration, Funding, Smashed Atoms, and a Professor 1 7 21 36 59 80 C H A PTE R 7 Distributed Resources Two Types of Diffusion-Compute Resources and Human Capital CHAPTER 8 FlashTeams Analysis of New Organizational Groups from Several Perspectives CHAPTER 9 Network as Narrative Form Basic Building Blocks Connected to Create Various Structures CHAPTER 10 Identity Finding the Needle in the Haystack and Giving It a Name C H APTE R 1 1 Organizational Architecture How We Organize Ourselves Is as Important as What We Say and Do C HA PTE R 1 2 (Theory of) Resonant Usability Everything Is Moving to the Presentation Layer, Where Humans Interact CHAPTER 1 3 Turbulence Creating Stability in the Face of Chaotic Disruption CHAPTER 14 Libraries Two Lives, Two Windows, and the Search for Information CHAPTER 1 5 Abstraction Lift Yourself above the Conflicting Details and Look for Similarity CHAPTER 16 Insubordination as an Asset Why You Must Allow Employees to Disagree with Your Decisions CHAPTER 17 The Consortium The Multisourced IT Organization and a Software Commons-Our Future C H A PTE R 1 8 The Everysphere An Example of Synchronous Events between "Unrelated" Objects CHAPTER 19 Q Narratives Understand the Story and You Will Understand the Business Process CHAPTER 20 LeavingFlatland To Adjust Somehow after Learning That Your World Has Another Dimension CHAPTER 2 1 We Are the Platform Some Final Observations about the System and the Mirror Index 3 18 333 348 358

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