Reservation-based Scheduling: If You're Late Don't Blame Us!

  title={Reservation-based Scheduling: If You're Late Don't Blame Us!},
  author={Carlo Curino and Djellel Eddine Difallah and Chris Douglas and Subru Krishnan and Raghu Ramakrishnan and Sriram Rao},
The continuous shift towards data-driven approaches to business, and a growing attention to improving return on investments (ROI) for cluster infrastructures is generating new challenges for big-data frameworks. Systems originally designed for big batch jobs now handle an increasingly complex mix of computations. Moreover, they are expected to guarantee stringent SLAs for production jobs and minimize latency for best-effort jobs. In this paper, we introduce reservation-based scheduling, a new… CONTINUE READING
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