QoS and Preemption Aware Scheduling in Federated and Virtualized Grid Computing Environments
Resource provisioning is one of the challenges in federated Grid environments. In these environments each Grid serves requests from external users along with local users. Recently, this resource provisioning is performed in the form of Virtual Machines (VMs). The problem arises when there are insufficient resources for local users to be served. The problem gets complicated further when external requests have different QoS requirements. Serving local users could be solved by preempting VMs from external users which impose overheads on the system. Therefore, the question is how the number of VM preemptions in a Grid can be minimized.
Provided by: Reed Elsevier Topic: Data Centers Date Added: Nov 2011 Format: PDF