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Using SLA for resource management and scheduling - a survey

 
: Wieder, P.; Seidel, J.; Wäldrich, O.; Ziegler, W.; Yahyapour, R.

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Postprint urn:nbn:de:0011-n-703340 (360 KByte PDF)
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The original publication is available at springerlink.com
Created on: 9.9.2010


Talia, D.; Yahyapour, R.; Ziegler, W.:
Grid middleware and services : Challenges and solutions
Berlin: Springer US, 2008 (CoreGrid series 8)
ISBN: 978-0-387-78445-8
ISBN: 0-387-78445-4
pp.335-347
Workshop on Using Service Level Agreements in Grids (Grid) <2007, Austin/Tex.>
English
Conference Paper, Electronic Publication
Fraunhofer SCAI ()

Abstract
Service Level Agreements may be used to establish agreements on the quality of a service between a service provider and a service consumer. The roles of service provider and service consumer may realised in different shapes ranging from individuals to institutions, software agents or other systems acting on behalf of physical entities or steered by those. This paper gives an overview on the state of the art using Service Level Agreements in the domain of Scheduling and Resource Management. An introduction is given where Service Level Agreements are considered, the technologies used, and what should be accomplished followed by descriptions of the systems that already explicitly implement and use Service Level Agreements.

 

Service Level Agreements may be used to establish agreements on the quality of a service between a service provider and a service consumer. The roles of service provider and service consumer may realised in different shapes ranging from individuals to institutions, software agents or other systems acting on behalf of physical entities or steered by those. This paper gives an overview on the state of the art using Service Level Agreements in the domain of Scheduling and Resource Management. An introduction is given where Service Level Agreements are considered, the technologies used, and what should be accomplished followed by descriptions of the systems that already explicitly implement and use Service Level Agreements.

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