See Spot Run: Using Spot Instances for MapReduce Workflows

@inproceedings{Chohan2010SeeSR,
  title={See Spot Run: Using Spot Instances for MapReduce Workflows},
  author={Navraj Chohan and Claris Castillo and Mike Spreitzer and Malgorzata Steinder and Asser N. Tantawi and Chandra Krintz},
  booktitle={HotCloud},
  year={2010}
}
MapReduce is a scalable and fault tolerant framework, patented by Google, for computing embarrassingly parallel reductions. Hadoop is an open-source implementation of Google MapReduce that is made available as a web service to cloud users by the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud computing infrastructure. Amazon Spot Instances (SIs) provide an inexpensive yet transient and market-based option to purchasing virtualized instances for execution in AWS. As opposed to manually controlling when an… CONTINUE READING
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