SGNP (secure grid naming protocol) - Term Description

What is: SGNP (secure grid naming protocol)
 
Description:
A protocol that delivers a scalable, global name space, a built-in method for associating security information with such names, and migration transparency. The global name space, scalable to literally trillions of named resources or services, is designed to unify multiple or conflicting naming schemes, allowing any resource or service to be found and communicated with using the same name across an entire grid. SGNP eliminates the need for a central trusted authority, allowing grids to expand beyond one enterprise.

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