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Resource co-allocation in computational grids

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3 Author(s)
Czajkowski, K. ; Inf. Sci. Inst., Univ. of Southern California, Marina del Rey, CA, USA ; Foster, I. ; Kesselman, C.

Applications designed to execute on “computational grids” frequently require the simultaneous co-allocation of multiple resources in order to meet performance requirements. For example, several computers and network elements may be required in order to achieve real-time reconstruction of experimental data, while a large numerical simulation may require simultaneous access to multiple supercomputers. Motivated by these concerns, we have developed a general resource management architecture for Grid environments, in which resource co-allocation is an integral component. We examine the co-allocation problem in detail and present mechanisms that allow an application to guide resource selection during the co-allocation process; these mechanisms address issues relating to the allocation, monitoring, control, and configuration of distributed computations. We describe the implementation of co-allocators based on these mechanisms and present the results of microbenchmark studies and large-scale application experiments that provide insights into the costs and practical utility of our techniques

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High Performance Distributed Computing, 1999. Proceedings. The Eighth International Symposium on

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1999

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