TSC-SIM: A Two - Stage Grid MetaScheduler Simulator

@inproceedings{Belkoura2011TSCSIMAT,
  title={TSC-SIM: A Two - Stage Grid MetaScheduler Simulator},
  author={Mohamed Amine Belkoura and N. Lopez-Benitez},
  booktitle={Grid 2011},
  year={2011}
}
  • Mohamed Amine Belkoura, N. Lopez-Benitez
  • Published in Grid 2011
  • Computer Science
  • Computing grids must deliver non-trivial qualities of service, in terms of response time, security, reliability, and coordination of various grid resources. Grid meta-schedulers play a crucial role into the execution of applications, because they match grid application jobs with available grid resources. However, a typical grid application is not an isolated single grid job, but a composition of multiple grid jobs. Existing grid schedulers provide match making algorithms tailored only for… CONTINUE READING
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