Resource Allocation and Scheduling in Metasystems

@inproceedings{Schwiegelshohn1999ResourceAA,
  title={Resource Allocation and Scheduling in Metasystems},
  author={Uwe Schwiegelshohn and Ramin Yahyapour},
  booktitle={HPCN Europe},
  year={1999}
}
In this paper we present NWIRE, a new management architecture for metacomputing systems. After the general introduction of the architecture we first describe the properties that are relevant for scheduling. Then we derive general requirements for scheduling strategies in metasystems and point out differences to conventional job scheduling for parallel processors. This leads to the metacomputing scheduling concept of NWIRE which is based on a brokerage and trading approach. 

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