3.11. Usability criteria

While much of a grid computing solution is involved with infrastructure and middle ware, it is still appropriate to consider aspects of the solution that relate to usability.

3.11.1. Traditional usability requirements

Traditional usability requirements address features that facilitate ease-of-use with the system. These features address interaction, display, and affective attributes that provide users with an effective, responsive, and satisfactory means to use the system. Hence, these features must be also be addressed when developing a grid computing solution; in other words, this is “business as usual” and continues to play an important part in establishing the requirements for a grid solution.

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