SNAP: A Protocol for Negotiating Service Level Agreements and Coordinating Resource Management in Distributed Systems

@inproceedings{Czajkowski2002SNAPAP,
  title={SNAP: A Protocol for Negotiating Service Level Agreements and Coordinating Resource Management in Distributed Systems},
  author={Karl Czajkowski and Ian T. Foster and Carl Kesselman and Volker Sander and Steven Tuecke},
  booktitle={JSSPP},
  year={2002}
}
A fundamental problem with distributed applications is how to map activities such as computation or data transfer onto a set of resources that will meet the application’s requirement for performance, cost, security, or other quality of service metrics. An application or client must engage in a multi-phase negotiation process with resource managers, as it discovers, reserves, acquires, configures, monitors, and potentially renegotiates resource access. We present a generalized resource… CONTINUE READING
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