Using content-addressable networks for load balancing in desktop grids

  title={Using content-addressable networks for load balancing in desktop grids},
  author={Jik-Soo Kim and Peter J. Keleher and Michael A. Marsh and Bobby Bhattacharjee and Alan Sussman},
Desktop grids have evolved to combine Peer-to-Peer and Grid computing techniques to improve the robustness, reliability and scalability of job execution infrastructures. However, efficiently matching incoming jobs to available system resources and achieving good load balance in a fully decentralized and heterogeneous computing environment is a challenging problem. In this paper, we extend our prior work with a new decentralized algorithm for maintaining approximate global load information, and… CONTINUE READING
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