Data Scheduling in Data Grids and Data Centers: A Short Taxonomy of Problems and Intelligent Resolution Techniques
Data-aware scheduling in today's large-scale heterogeneous environments has become a major research issue. Data Grids (DGs) and Data Centers arise quite naturally to support needs of scientific communities to share, access, process, and manage large data collections geographically distributed. Data scheduling, although similar in nature with grid scheduling, is given rise to the definition of a new family of optimization problems. New requirements such as data transmission, decoupling of data from processing, data replication, data access and security are to be added to the scheduling problem are the basis for the definition of a whole taxonomy of data scheduling problems.
Provided by: North Dakota State University Topic: Data Centers Date Added: Jan 2012 Format: PDF