Generic deployment of applications on heterogeneous distributed platforms

Abstract : From user’s point of view Grid computing requires an easy, automaticand efficient resource selection as well as application installation andexecution. This problem refers to the deployment process. A major lackof today’s deployment tools lies in their inefficient planning algorithmsto select and allocate resources for the applications. This paper presentsseveral planning heuristics which aims at minimizing the communicationcost between the applications, balancing the load among the processors,and maximizing the number of applications instances on the platform,for sequential and hierarchical applications. These heuristics have beenimplemented into the deployment tool Adage at the price of extendingits generic model to support hierarchical applications. Finally, the paper presents some simulations and experimental results.
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Benjamin Depardon. Generic deployment of applications on heterogeneous distributed platforms. [Research Report] LIP RR-2008-06, Laboratoire de l'informatique du parallélisme. 2008, 2+10p. ⟨hal-02102659⟩

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