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Automatic Configuration and Run-time Adaptation of Distributed Applications

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Automatic Configuration and Run-time Adaptation of Distributed Applications
Increased platform heterogeneity and varying resource availability in distributed systems motivates the design of resource-aware applications, which ensure a desired performance level by continuously adapting their behavior to changing resource characteristics. In this paper, we describe an application-independent adaptation framework that simplifies the design of resource-aware applications. This framework eliminates the need for adaptation decisions to be explicitly programmed into the application by relying on two novel components: (1) a tunability interface, which exposes adaptation choices in the form of alternate application configurations while encapsulating core application functionality; and (2) a virtual execution environment, which emulates application execution under diverse resource availability enabling off-line collection of information about resulting behavior. Together, these components permit automatic run-time decisions on when to adapt by continuously monitoring re...
Fangzhe Chang, Vijay Karamcheti
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Type Conference
Year 2000
Where HPDC
Authors Fangzhe Chang, Vijay Karamcheti
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