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Enabling Adaptive Grid Scheduling and Resource Management

  title={Enabling Adaptive Grid Scheduling and Resource Management},
  author={Aleksandar Lazarevic and Lionel Sacks and Ognjen Prnjat},
Wider adoption of the Grid concept has led to an increasing amount of federated computational, storage and visualisation resources being available to scientists and researchers. Distributed and heterogeneous nature of these resources renders most of the legacy cluster monitoring and management approaches inappropriate, and poses new challenges in workflow scheduling on such systems. Effective resource utilisation monitoring and highly granular yet adaptive measurements are prerequisites for a… 


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