Service Placement in a Shared Wide-Area Platform

@inproceedings{Oppenheimer2006ServicePI,
  title={Service Placement in a Shared Wide-Area Platform},
  author={David L. Oppenheimer and Brent N. Chun and David A. Patterson and Alex C. Snoeren and Amin Vahdat},
  booktitle={USENIX Annual Technical Conference, General Track},
  year={2006}
}
Emerging federated computing environments offer attractive platforms to test and deploy global-scale distributed applications. When nodes in these platforms are timeshared among competing applications, available resources vary across nodes and over time. Thus, one open architectural question in such systems is how to map applications to available nodes—that is, how to discover and select resources. Using a six-month trace of PlanetLab resource utilization data and of resource demands from three… CONTINUE READING
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