2.3. Summary

The functional components of a grid environment, as well as non-functional considerations such as performance requirements or operating system requirements, must be well understood when considering enabling an application to execute in a grid environment. This chapter has touched on many of these considerations.

In the next chapter, we look at the properties of an application itself to determine whether it is a good candidate to be grid enabled.

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