PhD Student at the University of Victoria

Dynamic Resource Allocation in Computing Clouds using Distributed Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis @ IEEECLOUD 2010

This is a paper that appeared in IEEECLOUD 2010 which I co-authored.

 

Abstract:

In computing clouds, it is desirable to avoid wasting resources as a result of under-utilization and to avoid lengthy response times as a result of over-utilization. In this paper, we propose a new approach for dynamic autonomous resource management in computing clouds. The main contribution of this work is two-fold. First, we adopt a distributed architecture where resource management is decomposed into independent tasks, each of which is performed by Autonomous Node Agents that are tightly coupled with the physical machines in a data center.  Second, the Autonomous Node Agents carry out configurations in parallel through Multiple Criteria Decision Analysis using the PROMETHEE method. Simulation results show that the proposed approach is promising in terms of scalability, feasibility and flexibility.

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