Autonomic management of multiple non-functional concerns in behavioural skeletons

Marco Aldinucci*, Marco Danelutto, Peter Kilpatrick

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Abstract

We introduce and address the problem of concurrent autonomic management of different non-functional concerns in parallel applications build as a hierarchical composition of behavioural skeletons. We first define the problems arising when multiple concerns are dealt with by independent managers, then we propose a methodology supporting coordinated management, and finally we discuss how autonomic management of multiple concerns may be implemented in a typical use case. Being based on the behavioural skeleton concept proposed in the CoreGRID GCM, it is anticipated that the methodology will be readily integrated into the current reference implementation of GCM based on Java Pro Active and running on top of major grid middleware systems.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationGRIDS, P2P AND SERVICES COMPUTING
EditorsF Desprez, Getov, T Priol, R Yahyapour
Place of PublicationNEW YORK
PublisherSpringer
Pages89-103
Number of pages15
ISBN (Print)978-1-4419-6793-0
Publication statusPublished - 2010
EventCoreGrid-ERCIM-Working-Group on Grids, P2P and Services Computing held in Conjunction with EuroPar 2009 - Delft, Netherlands
Duration: 24 Aug 2009 → …

Conference

ConferenceCoreGrid-ERCIM-Working-Group on Grids, P2P and Services Computing held in Conjunction with EuroPar 2009
CountryNetherlands
Period24/08/2009 → …

Keywords

  • Behavioural skeletons
  • autonomic computing
  • multi-concern autonomic management

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