Analysing orchestrations with risk profiles and angel-daemon games

Joaquim Gabarro*, Alina Garia, Maria Serna, Peter Kilpatrick, Alan Stewart

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Abstract

In this paper game theory is used to analyse the effect of a number of service failures during the execution of a grid orchestration. A service failure may be catastrophic in that it causes an entire orchestration to fail. Alternatively, a grid manager may utilise alternative services in the case of failure, allowing an orchestration to recover, A risk profile provides a means of modelling situations in a way that is neither overly optimistic nor overly pessimistic. Risk profiles are analysed using angel and daemon games. A risk profile can be assigned a valuation through an analysis of the structure of its associated Nash equilibria. Some structural properties of valuation functions, that show their validity as a measure for risk, are given. Two main cases are considered, the assessment of Orc expressions and the arrangement of a meeting using reputations.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationGrid Computing: Achievements and Prospects
EditorsS Gorlatch, P Fragopoulou, T Priol
Place of PublicationNew York
PublisherSpringer
Pages121-132
Number of pages12
ISBN (Print)978-0-387-09456-4
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2008
EventCoreGRID Integration Workshop 2008 - Hersonissos, Greece
Duration: 02 Apr 200804 Apr 2008

Conference

ConferenceCoreGRID Integration Workshop 2008
CountryGreece
CityHersonissos
Period02/04/200804/04/2008

Keywords

  • fault tolerance
  • orchestrations
  • resource management
  • zero-sum games
  • two-person
  • strategic games

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    Gabarro, J., Garia, A., Serna, M., Kilpatrick, P., & Stewart, A. (2008). Analysing orchestrations with risk profiles and angel-daemon games. In S. Gorlatch, P. Fragopoulou, & T. Priol (Eds.), Grid Computing: Achievements and Prospects (pp. 121-132). Springer.