Application execution management on the integrade opportunistic grid middleware. The InteGrade project is a multi-university effort to build a novel grid computing middleware based on the opportunistic use of resources belonging to user workstations. The InteGrade middleware currently enables the execution of sequential, bag-of-tasks, and parallel applications that follow the BSP or the MPI programming models. This article presents the lessons learned over the last five years of the InteGrade development and describes the solutions achieved concerning the support for robust application execution. The contributions cover the related fields of application scheduling, execution management, and fault tolerance. We present our solutions, describing their implementation principles and evaluation through the analysis of several experimental results.
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- Bittencourt, Luiz Fernando; Madeira, Edmundo R.M.: Towards the scheduling of multiple workflows on computational grids (2010)
- Da Silva E.Silva, Francisco José; Kon, Fabio; Goldman, Alfredo; Finger, Marcelo; De Camargo, Raphael Y.; Filho, Fernando Castor; Costa, Fábio M.: Application execution management on the integrade opportunistic grid middleware (2010)
- Siva Sathya, S.; Syam Babu, K.: Survey of fault tolerant techniques for grid (2010)
- Hayashida, Ulisses Kendi; Okuda, Kunio; Panetta, Jairo; Song, Siand Wun: Generating parallel algorithms for cluster and grid computing (2005)
Further publications can be found at: http://www.integrade.org.br/publications