Deadline-sensitive workflow orchestration without explicit resource control

  title={Deadline-sensitive workflow orchestration without explicit resource control},
  author={Lavanya Ramakrishnan and Jeffrey S. Chase and Dennis Gannon and Daniel Nurmi and Richard Wolski},
  journal={J. Parallel Distrib. Comput.},
Deadline-sensitive workflows require careful coordination of user constraints with resource availability. Current distributed resource access models provide varying degrees of resource control: from limited or none in grid batch systems to explicit in cloud systems. Additionally applications experience variability due to competing user loads, performance variations, failures, etc. These variations impact the quality of service(QoS) that goes unaccounted for in planning strategies. In this paper… CONTINUE READING
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