Coordinating Multiple Autonomic Managers to Achieve Specified Power-Performance Tradeoffs

@article{Kephart2007CoordinatingMA,
  title={Coordinating Multiple Autonomic Managers to Achieve Specified Power-Performance Tradeoffs},
  author={Jeffrey O. Kephart and Hoi Chan and Rajarshi Das and David W. Levine and Gerald Tesauro and Freeman L. Rawson and Charles Lefurgy},
  journal={Fourth International Conference on Autonomic Computing (ICAC'07)},
  year={2007},
  pages={24-24}
}
Getting multiple autonomic managers to work together towards a common goal is a significant architectural and algorithmic challenge, as noted in the ICAC 2006 panel discussion regarding "Can we build effective multi-vendor autonomic systems?" We address this challenge in a real small-scale system that processes web transactions. An administrator uses a utility function to define a set of power and performance objectives. Rather than creating a central controller to manage performance and power… CONTINUE READING
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