A peer-to-peer mechanism for resource location and allocation over the grid

Hung Chang Hsiao, Mark Baker, Chung Ta King

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摘要

Recent advances in P2P lookup overlays provide an appealing solution for distributed search without relying on a single database server. In addition to performing resource discovery, these P2P substrates also offer membership management for dynamic peers. In this paper, we propose a publicly shared architecture called VC2A that takes advantage of a P2P lookup substrate for computational applications. VC2A targets computational master-slave applications. An application running in VC2A dynamically allocates resources from the system on the fly. These allocated resources then self-manage and -heal. We have implemented an architecture based on our previous efforts that include an enhanced P2P lookup overlay and a mobile agent system on top of this overlay. We show that VC2A is not only scalable but robust, and takes advantage of heterogeneity of the resources.

All Science Journal Classification (ASJC) codes

  • Theoretical Computer Science
  • Computer Science(all)

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