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Grid node monitoring architecture for autonomous resource management

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Grid is an ambitious and exciting global effort to develop an environment in which individual users can access computers, databases and experimental facilities simply and transparently, without having to consider where those faculties are located. Monitoring the behavior of the resources of a distributed system, especially grid, is necessary, both for determining the cause of performance problems, and for tuning the system, which results in optimized performance. However writing monitoring and management applications for grid resource is a complex task. This is due to the geographic distribution of resources and heterogeneous environments that are owned by different organizations. We have proposed architecture for autonomous grid node monitoring agent, to address the issues of complex resource monitoring and management. The architecture is based on grid monitoring architecture (GMA) and is autonomous as it provides functionality of equality, locality and self-containment, which are main components of autonomic controllability in any sub system as part of autonomous decentralized system (ADS) (K. Mori, 1993). The evaluation results of the proposed system proved the validity of the concept for achieving autonomous resource management in dynamic systems like grid

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Broadband Networks, 2005. BroadNets 2005. 2nd International Conference on

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7-7 Oct. 2005