Grid Resource Management On-demand Provisioning Advance Reservation and Capacity Planning of Grid Resources pdf

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Grid Resource Management On-demand Provisioning Advance Reservation and Capacity Planning of Grid Resources by Mumtaz Siddiqui and Thomas Fahringe pdf

Grid Resource Management On-demand Provisioning Advance Reservation and Capacity Planning of Grid Resources by Mumtaz Siddiqui and Thomas Fahringe pdf free download. The Grid computing paradigm has evolved tremendously since the beginning of this millennium. It enables a flexible, secure and coordinated resource sharing among dynamic collections of individuals and institutions. The evolution has occured in various sectors – different Grid infrastructures such as computational Grid, data Grid and knowledge Grid are available to fulfill the diverse requirements of scientific communities. Today various application development and execution environments are present to create new Grid-enabled applications and to execute them onto the Grid.

Grid Resource Management On-demand Provisioning Advance Reservation and Capacity Planning of Grid Resources by Mumtaz Siddiqui and Thomas Fahringe pdf

During this timeframe, the major focus of the research community remained on the development of an effective Grid middleware that could lead to a robust operating and management system. The middleware provides services for security, scheduling, information dissemination and resource provisioning. Despite all these efforts, resource allocation remained a challenge for building an effective Grid resource management, as Grid applications are continuously evolving over time. In the Grid, resource management intends to make high-performance computational resources available on-demand to anyone from anywhere at anytime without undermining the resource autonomy. This is still an art due to non-dedicated heterogeneous resources distributed under multiple trust domains spanning across the Internet under the dynamic Grid environments.

Grid Resource Management On-demand Provisioning Advance Reservation and Capacity Planning of Grid Resources by Mumtaz Siddiqui and Thomas Fahringe pdf

In this monograph, we address the challenges of providing an effective Grid resource management by applying various techniques such as automatic brokerage, dynamic allocation, on-demand resource synthesis, advance reservation and capacity planning. In contrast to the conventional computing environments, applying these techniques in the Grid is all but straightforward. Nevertheless, in the Grid, application of such techniques is of paramount importance for resource management with effective provisioning, better utilization and an optimal allocation. First of all, we identify the requirement of automatic resource brokerage in the Grid.

Grid Resource Management On-demand Provisioning Advance Reservation and Capacity Planning of Grid Resources by Mumtaz Siddiqui and Thomas Fahringe pdf

The development of the Grid with diversified applications competing for scarce resources accentuates the need for an automatic resource brokerage – this is required to enable the Grid to shield its middleware complexities and to lead toward an invisible, intuitive, and robust runtime environment. Conventional research in the area of Grid resource management mainly focuses on job scheduling with manual or semi-manual resource allocation where resources must be prepared in advance with required applications and system software. This results in non-portable applications hard-coded to a specific Grid environment. Furthermore, it undermines the possible availability of a wide range of logical resources such as software services and tools, thus restricting Grid users to a limited set of physical resources.

Grid Resource Management On-demand Provisioning Advance Reservation and Capacity Planning of Grid Resources by Mumtaz Siddiqui and Thomas Fahringe pdf

Grid Resource Management On-demand Provisioning Advance Reservation and Capacity Planning of Grid Resources by Mumtaz Siddiqui and Thomas Fahringe pdf

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