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Quality of Service Aspects and Metrics In Grid Computing

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Quality of Service Aspects and Metrics In Grid Computing
Grid computing promises to become the future computing paradigm for enterprise application after having shown to be a quite effective computing paradigm for resource-intensive scientific applications. Large scale grids are complex systems, composed of a large number of components belonging to disjoint domains. Planning the capacity to guarantee quality of service (QoS) in these environments is a challenge because global Service Level Agreements (SLA) depend on local SLAs, i.e., SLAs established with components that make up the grid. These components are generally autonomous and join the grid as part of a loose federation. This paper investigates some of the relevant issues that must be considered in designing grid applications that deliver appropriate QoS: definition of metrics, relationship between resource allocation and SLAs, and QoS-related mechanisms.
Daniel A. Menascé, Emiliano Casalicchio
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Type Conference
Year 2004
Where CMG
Authors Daniel A. Menascé, Emiliano Casalicchio
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