A Multi-agent Infrastructure and a Service Level Agreement Negotiation Protocol for Robust Scheduling in Grid Computing

@inproceedings{Ouelhadj2005AMI,
  title={A Multi-agent Infrastructure and a Service Level Agreement Negotiation Protocol for Robust Scheduling in Grid Computing},
  author={Djamila Ouelhadj and Jonathan Mark Garibaldi and Jon MacLaren and Rizos Sakellariou and K. Krishnakumar},
  booktitle={EGC},
  year={2005}
}
  • Djamila Ouelhadj, Jonathan Mark Garibaldi, +2 authors K. Krishnakumar
  • Published in EGC 2005
  • Computer Science
  • In this paper we propose a new infrastructure for efficient job scheduling on the Grid using multi-agent systems and a Service Level Agreement (SLA) negotiation protocol based on the Contract Net Protocol. The agent-based Grid scheduling system involves user agents, local scheduler agents, and super scheduler agents. User agents submit jobs to Grid compute resources. Local scheduler agents schedule jobs on compute resources. Super scheduler agents act as mediators between the local scheduler… CONTINUE READING

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