Condor-G: A Computation Management Agent for Multi-Institutional Grids. In recent years, there has been a dramatic increase in the number of available computing and storage resources. Yet few tools exist that allow these resources to be exploited effectively in an aggregated form. We present the Condor-G system, which leverages software from Globus and Condor to enable users to harness multi-domain resources as if they all belong to one personal domain. We describe the structure of Condor-G and how it handles job management, resource selection, security, and fault tolerance. We also present results from application experiments with the Condor-G system. We assert that Condor-G can serve as a general-purpose interface to Grid resources, for use by both end users and higher-level program development tools.

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