Ianos: An intelligent application oriented scheduling framework for an HPCN grid

We present the architecture and design of the IANOS scheduling framework. The goal of the new Grid scheduling system is to provide a general job submission framework allowing optimal positioning and scheduling of HPCN applications. The scheduling algorithms used to calculate best-suited resources are based on an objective cost function that exploits information on the parameterization of applications and resources. This standard-based, interoperable scheduling framework comprises four general web services and three modules. The middleware is complemented with one client and one admin console. The implementation is based on proposed Grid and Web services standards (WSRF, WS-Agreement, JSDL, and GLUE). It is agnostic to a specific Grid middleware. The beta version of IANOS has been tested and integrated with UNICORE. The validation of IANOS is in progress by running different types of HPCN applications on a large-scale Grid testbed.


Published in:
Grid Computing: Achievements And Prospects, 237-248
Presented at:
CoreGRID Integration Workshop 2008, Hersonissos, GREECE, Apr 02-04, 2008
Year:
2008
Publisher:
Springer, 233 Spring Street, New York, Ny 10013, United States
ISBN:
978-0-387-09456-4
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