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  A survey on resource scheduling in cloud computing: issues and challenges
Singh S., Chana I.  Journal of Grid Computing 14(2): 217-264, 2016. Type: Article, Reviews: (2 of 2)

This is one of the best survey papers I have ever come across. It provides a thorough review of resource scheduling algorithms (RSAs) with a particular focus on cloud computing. While the paper does not excel as a survey of RSAs, it does excel in ...

Jun 14 2017
  MRCP-RM: a technique for resource allocation and scheduling of MapReduce jobs with deadlines
Lim N., Majumdar S., Ashwood-Smith P.  IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems 28(5): 1375-1389, 2017. Type: Article

In this paper, the authors discuss issues in scheduling (that is, match making) of job streams with end-to-end service-level agreements (SLAs) with agreed-upon quality of service (QoS) and allocation of resources in a distributed cloud environment...

Jun 9 2017
  Traffic load balancing schemes for devolved controllers in mega data centers
Gao X., Kong L., Li W., Liang W., Chen Y., Chen G.  IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems 28(2): 572-585, 2017. Type: Article

In computing, the trend toward moving from centralized to distributed approaches is happening alongside lots of discussion about scalability, load balancing, and performance issues. Meanwhile, for huge data centers to respond to the new requests o...

Jun 7 2017
  A survey on resource scheduling in cloud computing: issues and challenges
Singh S., Chana I.  Journal of Grid Computing 14(2): 217-264, 2016. Type: Article, Reviews: (1 of 2)

When a cloud provider doesn’t properly schedule workloads, performance usually degrades. If the degradation is not caught in time, a cloud outage can occur. A couple of minutes of downtime is too long for many enterprise users to wait for th...

May 9 2017
  Near-optimal scheduling mechanisms for deadline-sensitive jobs in large computing clusters
Jain N., Menache I., Naor J., Yaniv J.  SPAA 2012 (Proceedings of the 24th ACM Symposium on Parallelism in Algorithms and Architectures, Pittsburgh, PA,  Jun 25-27, 2012) 255-266, 2012. Type: Proceedings

The nearly simultaneous emergence of cloud computing and big data analytics has brought on new sets of challenges. Organizations have started to replace their own infrastructure with large computing clusters hosted by cloud providers, such as Amaz...

Aug 17 2012
  Outsourcing to India
Kobayashi-Hillary M.,  Springer-Verlag, 2004.Type: Book (9783540208556)

After the dot-com bust, the generally weak US economy has driven unemployment rates for the information technology (IT) profession from 1.9 percent, in 1999, to 5.9 percent, in the first half of 2003. A trend that has contributed to that situation...

Dec 6 2004
  Service overlay networks: SLAs, QoS, and bandwidth provisioning
Duan Z., Zhang Z., Hou Y.  IEEE/ACM Transactions on Networking 11(6): 870-883, 2003. Type: Article

A service overlay network (SON) is a way of providing end-to-end quality of service (QoS). The SON provider purchases bandwidth from the individual network domains to build a logical infrastructure on top of existing networks. Users do not have to...

Apr 21 2004
  Resource management in ASMA platform
Bakour H., Boukhatem N.  In Network control and engineering for Qos, security and mobility II. Norwell, MA: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2003. Type: Book Chapter

The authors provide a brief description of their active service management architecture (ASMA) platform in this paper....

Apr 20 2004
  Cryptography and competition policy: issues with “trusted computing”
Anderson R.  Principles of distributed computing (Proceedings of the twenty-second annual symposium, Boston, Massachusetts,  Jul 13-16, 2003) 3-10, 2003. Type: Proceedings

This paper is predominantly a comment on Microsoft’s Palladium project, although it also comments on TC. (TC has several meanings--trusted computing, treacherous computing, and trustworthy computing--and the choice of meaning is le...

Jan 5 2004
  The cumulus pricing model as an adaptive framework for feasible, efficient, and user-friendly tariffing of Internet services
Reichl P., Hausheer D., Stiller B.  Computer Networks 43(1): 3-24, 2003. Type: Article

This is a paper about pricing Internet services. More specifically, it is a paper about algorithmic bases to support equitable and efficient charging for such services. The authors state early in this paper that whi...

Dec 8 2003
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