Towards efficient resource allocation in distributed systems management

  title={Towards efficient resource allocation in distributed systems management},
  author={Hasina Abdu and Hanan Lutfiyya and Michael Anthony Bauer},
  journal={Proceedings 15th International Parallel and Distributed Processing Symposium. IPDPS 2001},
With the increased availability and complexity of distributed systems comes a greater need for solutions to assist in the management of distributed system components. We address three main aspects of management: 1) the need to efficiently utilize resources in the system, 2) the need to satisfy user and management requirements, as well as the requirements on resource usage, and 3) the need for dynamic solutions, i.e., that can be reconfigured due to changes in requirements, resource availability… CONTINUE READING


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