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resource management in internet-oriented data centers
Author: Zhang Wei ; Song Ying ; Ruan Li ; Zhu Ming-Fa ; Xiao Li-Min
Keyword: Energy efficiency ; Internet ; Natural resources management ; Network architecture ; Quality of service ; Resource allocation
Source: Ruan Jian Xue Bao/Journal of Software
Issued Date: 2012
Volume: 23, Issue:2, Pages:179-199
Indexed Type: EI
Department: (1) State Key Laboratory of Software Development Environment (BeiHang University) Beijing 100191 China; (2) School of Computer Science and Technology BeiHang University Beijing 100191 China; (3) State Key Laboratory of Computer Architecture Institute of Computing Technology The Chinese Academy of Sciences Beijing 100190 China; (4) State Key Laboratory of Rail Traffic Control and Safety (Beijing Jiaotong University) Beijing 100044 China
Abstract: Internet data centers are developing towards a diversified, intelligent, automated, large-scaled, and standardized direction. With the increasing of scale and complexity, it brings great challenges in how to effectively manage resources. Currently, resource management has become a major issue in Internet data centers, and its importance and urgency cannot be ignored. This paper analyzes two major challenges of resource management with which the Internet data center is facing: (1) meeting the compatibility of concurrent and multiple application SLAs (service level agreements); (2) improving the energy efficiency of system service. Based on the challenges, this paper thoroughly analyzes and summarizes the related work of resource management guaranteeing the SLA, reducing power, and incorporating the objectives of guaranteeing the SLA and reducing power simultaneously during the last ten years. Finally, the paper summaraizes the research and points out future research directions. © 2012 ISCAS.
English Abstract: Internet data centers are developing towards a diversified, intelligent, automated, large-scaled, and standardized direction. With the increasing of scale and complexity, it brings great challenges in how to effectively manage resources. Currently, resource management has become a major issue in Internet data centers, and its importance and urgency cannot be ignored. This paper analyzes two major challenges of resource management with which the Internet data center is facing: (1) meeting the compatibility of concurrent and multiple application SLAs (service level agreements); (2) improving the energy efficiency of system service. Based on the challenges, this paper thoroughly analyzes and summarizes the related work of resource management guaranteeing the SLA, reducing power, and incorporating the objectives of guaranteeing the SLA and reducing power simultaneously during the last ten years. Finally, the paper summaraizes the research and points out future research directions. © 2012 ISCAS.
Language: 中文
Content Type: 期刊论文
URI: http://ir.iscas.ac.cn/handle/311060/15462
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Zhang Wei,Song Ying,Ruan Li,et al. resource management in internet-oriented data centers[J]. Ruan Jian Xue Bao/Journal of Software,2012-01-01,23(2):179-199.
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