Themis: A Spot-Market Based Automatic Resource Scaling Framework

Abstract : Cloud computing brings new provisioning models that offer applications more flexibility and better control over their resource allocations. However these models suffer from the following problem: either they provide limited support for applications demanding quality of service, or they lead to a limited infrastructure utilization. In this paper we propose Themis, a novel resource management system for virtualized infrastructures based on a virtual economy. By limiting the coupling between the applications and the infrastructure through the use of a dynamic resource pricing mechanism, Themis can support diverse types of applications and performance goals while ensuring an efficient resource usage.
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Stefania Victoria Costache, Nikos Parlavantzas, Christine Morin, Samuel Kortas. Themis: A Spot-Market Based Automatic Resource Scaling Framework. HPDC 2012 Poster Session, Jun 2012, Delft, Netherlands. ⟨hal-00721695⟩

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