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ARMS: Availability-aware Resource Management System in Grid Environments

N. Malarvizhi Sureshkumar  (Anna University)
V. Rhymend Uthariaraj  (Anna University)
Posters Session
Tuesday,  05:15PM - 07:00PM
Room Rotunda Lobby
The main goal of Grid Computing (GC) is to aggregate the power of widely distributed resources and provides non-trivial services to users. GC has emerged as an important new field, distinguished from conventional Distributed Computing by its focus on large-scale resource sharing, innovative applications and high performance orientation. In some cases, a few resources may be unavailable at any time mainly due to wide range of policies for contributing these resources to the grid. Since high availability is a key requirement in the design and development of grid systems in which resources are heterogeneous and are not continuously available for computation, we describe an architecture named as Availability-aware Resource Management System (ARMS).This architecture distributes the resource management problem among distinct resource management (RM) servers to exchange information about different resource requirements. In order to address complex resource management issues, we have proposed a framework for resource allocation and for regulating supply and demand in Grid computing environments.
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