Autonomic Energy Management in a Replicated Server System

Abstract : Nowadays, medium or large-scale distributed infrastructures such as clusters and grids are widely used to host various kinds of applications (e.g. web servers or scientific applications). Resource management is a major challenge for most organizations that run these infrastructures. Many studies show that clusters are not used at their full capacity and that there are therefore a huge source of waste. Autonomic management systems have been introduced in order to dynamically adapt software infrastructures according to runtime conditions. They provide support to deploy, configure, monitor, and repair applications in such environments. In this paper, we report our experiments in using an autonomic management system to provide resource aware management for a clustered application. We consider a standard replicated server infrastructure in which we dynamically adapt the degree of replication in order to ensure a given response time while minimizing energy consumption.
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ICAS 2010 - 6th International Conference on Autonomic and Autonomous Systems, Mar 2010, Cancun, Mexico. IEEE, pp.1-6, 2010, 〈10.1109/ICAS.2010.8〉
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Aaiman Gadafi, Laurent Broto, Amal Sayah, Daniel Hagimont, Noel De Palma. Autonomic Energy Management in a Replicated Server System. ICAS 2010 - 6th International Conference on Autonomic and Autonomous Systems, Mar 2010, Cancun, Mexico. IEEE, pp.1-6, 2010, 〈10.1109/ICAS.2010.8〉. 〈hal-00949566〉

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