Dynamic Load Balancing and Job Replication in a Global-Scale Grid Environment: A Comparison

@article{Dobber2009DynamicLB,
  title={Dynamic Load Balancing and Job Replication in a Global-Scale Grid Environment: A Comparison},
  author={Menno Dobber and Robert D. van der Mei and Ger Koole},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems},
  year={2009},
  volume={20},
  pages={207-218}
}
Global-scale grids provide a massive source of processing power, providing the means to support processor intensive parallel applications. The strong burstiness and unpredictability of the available processing and network resources raise the strong need to make applications robust against the dynamics of grid environments. The two main techniques that are most suitable to cope with the dynamic nature of the grid are dynamic load balancing (DLB) and job replication (JR). In this paper, we… CONTINUE READING

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