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Czajkowski Grzegorz, Wegiel M., Daynes Laurent , Palacz K., Jordan Mick, Skinner G., Bryce Ciaran, "Resource management for clusters of virtual machines", in Proc. IEEE International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid, 2005. CCGrid 2005. (Cardiff, Wales, May, 2005), pp. 382-389

Abstract

Enterprise applications are increasingly being built using type-safe programming platforms and deployed over horizontally scalable systems. Horizontal scalability depends crucially on the ability to monitor resource usage and to define and enforce resource management policies capable of guaranteeing a desired service level. However, current safe language platforms have very limited support for resource management, and their cluster-enabled versions reflect this deficiency. We describe an architecture of federated Java/spl trade/ virtual machines. Its distinguishing feature is an integrated resource management interface that addresses the above issues. It offers programmatic control over monitoring and controlling the allocation of resources to applications and their components. The scope of each policy can span multiple nodes, realizing finegrained control. New resource types can be defined and integrated into the framework. Remote management of local resources and the notion of cluster-global resources form a powerful combination capable of expressing policies that achieve effective performance isolation for cluster applications.

Additionnal Notes

ISBN 0-7803-9074-1

Bibtex

@inproceeding{CzWe05,
Author = "Czajkowski Grzegorz, Wegiel M., Daynes Laurent , Palacz K., Jordan Mick, Skinner G., Bryce Ciaran",
Title = "Resource management for clusters of virtual machines",
Booktitle = "IEEE International Symposium on Cluster Computing and the Grid, 2005. CCGrid 2005.",
Editor = "",
Publisher = "IEEE",
Pages = "382-389",
Organization = "",
Address = "Cardiff, Wales",
Key = "",
Notes = "ISBN 0-7803-9074-1",
Month = "May",
Year = "2005"
}
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