Steenberg, Conrad and Jacob, Joseph C. and Williams, Roy (2005) SOAP Services with Clarens: Guide for Developers and Administrators. Roy Williams , Pasadena, California. http://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechCACR:2005.119
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The Clarens application server enables secure, asynchronous SOAP services to run on a Grid cluster such as one of those of the TeraGrid. There is a Client, who wants to use the service and understands the application domain enough to form a reasonable service request; a Developer, who is a power-user of the TeraGrid, who understands both Clarens and the application domain, and creates and deploys a service on a TeraGrid head node; and there is a Root system administrator, who controls the Clarens installation and the cluster on which it runs. The purpose of this document is to provide all of the information a service developer needs to know in order to deploy a Clarens service, with information also provided for the system administrator of the Clarens installation. First we discuss how each of the three roles see the service.
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