Utility Computing and Market-Based Scheduling: Shortcomings for Grid Resources Sharing and the Next Steps

@article{Dub2008UtilityCA,
  title={Utility Computing and Market-Based Scheduling: Shortcomings for Grid Resources Sharing and the Next Steps},
  author={Nicolas Dub{\'e} and Marc Parizeau},
  journal={2008 22nd International Symposium on High Performance Computing Systems and Applications},
  year={2008},
  pages={59-68}
}
This paper lays out fundamental social and economic principles that must be addressed in order to enable true High-Performance Computing resources sharing at the scale of a national Grid. Focusing on the literature around the concept of a Grid Economy, it starts by a rather exhaustive survey of related work in utility computing, market- based scheduling and other economic approaches in resource allocation. Building on forces and weaknesses of previous work, high-level principles to be followed… CONTINUE READING

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