Katsuhiko Ookubo

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While advance reservation is an essential capability for co-allocating several resources on Grid environments, it is not obvious how it can co-exist with priority-based First Come First Served scheduling, that is widely used as local scheduling policy today. To investigate this problem, we 1) developed a scheduling API in Java for TORQUE, a variant of(More)
Advance Reservation is one possible way to enable resource co-allocation on the Grid. This method requires all the resources to have advance reservation capability as well as coordination protocol support. We employed 2-phased commit protocol as a coordination protocol, which is common in the distributed transaction area, and implemented an Advance(More)
The ability to migrate services to a remote data center is an important feature of Cloud services, especially after a natural disaster. The FELIX project has developed a global scale testbed by federating multiple, distributed, data centers, called SDN islands. FELIX leverages on a transit network resource manager (TN RM) to enable NSI and GRE connections(More)
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