Structural Models for Asset Administration in the Matrix.


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$grid Architectural Models for Resource Management in the Grid Rajkumar Buyya Monash University, Australia Steve Chapin, Syracuse University, USA David DiNucci Elepar.com, USA

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Outline Changes in Computing Landscape Resource Management Issues Architectural Models Hierarchical Resource Management Abstract Owner Market Model Economy Grid Nimrod/G Resource Broker Conclusions

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Computing Power (HPC) Drivers Solving excellent test applications utilizing PC displaying , reproduction and investigation Aerospace Internet & Ecommerce Life Sciences Digital Biology CAD/CAM Military Applications Military Applications Military Applications

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2100 Computing Platforms ? Execution Breaking Administrative Barriers Individual Group Department Campus State National Globe Inter Planet Universe Desktop SMPs or SuperComputers Global Cluster/Grid Inter Planet Cluster/Grid ?? Neighborhood Cluster Enterprise Cluster/Grid

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Towards Grid Computing Unification of geologically dispersed assets

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What is Grid ? A base that couples: Computers – PCs, workstations, bunches, supercomputers, tablets, journals, mobile gadgets, PDA, and so on; Software – e.g., ASPs leasing costly extraordinary reason applications on interest; Cataloged information and databases – e.g. straightforward access to human genome database; Special gadgets – e.g., radio telescope – SETI@Home hunting down life in world, Austrophysics@Swinburne for pulsars) People/teammates . & offers reliable, steady, & pervasive access to assets.

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An Example Grid Infrastructure

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Sources of Complexity in Grid Resource Management No single authoritative control. No single proprietorship approach: Each asset proprietor has their own particular strategies or planning systems; Users must respect them (especially outside Grid clients). Heterogeneity of assets. Dynamic accessibility – may show up and vanish…

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Sources of Complexity in Grid Resource Management Unreliable asset – vanish from perspective! No uniform cost model - changes starting with one client\'s asset then onto the next and from time of day. No single access instrument – Web, custom interfaces, charge line…

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Grid Resource Management Issues Authentication (once). Determine (code, assets, and so on.). Find assets. Arrange approval, worthy use, Cost, and so on. Secure assets. Plan Jobs. Start calculation. Steer calculation. Access remote information sets. Team up with results. Represent use. Find assets. Arrange authorisation, adequate use, Cost, and so forth. Obtain assets. Plan employments. Start calculation. Steer calculation. Space 1 Domain 2 Ack: Globus..

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Architectural Models

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Global Scheduler Global Scheduler Global Scheduler Global Scheduler Global Scheduler Hierarchical Resource Management Access/Admission Control Agent User Grid Information Service Persistent J ob C ontrol A gent Connection Cloud Monitor Local Scheduler Deployment Agent Domain Resource Manager or Control Agent Control Domain - Task Resource

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Who possesses the GRID? Converse with individuals Power apparatuses Use GRID assets I need to: My interface is: I organize administration and installments with a: (might be numerous decisions) Abstract Owner (AO) Phone co. Electric co. HPC Networks Instruments People Antennae Cable/fiber Switches Generators Power lines Transformers But assets I "get" may have a place with others:

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AO is proprietor or representative User arranges with AO through "request window" That AO may possess a few assets, and/or it might agent with different AOs for those assets After transaction, assets are conveyed through "pickup window" Requests Resources Order Window Pickup Window AO Order Pickup Manager Resource Manager Sales Delivery AO3 Physical Resource AO2 AO1

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AO Resources are articles Classes are Instrument Data source, sink, change e.g. programs, individuals, records, information accumulation gadgets Channel Moves information among instruments Complexes of above Attributes characterize sizes, times, associations, and so forth. Instrument (File) Instrument (Program) Channels Instrument (File) Instrument (Program) Instrument (Telescope) Instrument (Person)

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Negotiating with an AO Make sham asset (with credits set to constants, variables, or "couldn\'t care less") + offer + conveyance arrangement + variable requirements Pick one, Try once more, Or surrender Assign undertakings to asset, use, give up User Perhaps later... Conveyance Window Order Window Resource competitors (values for variables/qualities + approaching cost for each) AO Resource

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$grid Many Testbeds ? & who pays ? Zeal EcoGrid Legion Testbed NASA IPG

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Testbeds so far - perceptions Who added to assets & why ? Volunteers: for the sake of entertainment, test, acclaim, open great like SETI@Home & distributed.net ventures. Teammates: sharing assets while growing new advances of regular interest – Globus, Legion, Ecogrid. To what extent ? Brief span: GUSTO decommissioned. What do we require ? Framework Marketplace! Controls request and supply, offers motivating force for being players, basic, versatile arrangement, semi deterministic – demonstrated model in genuine.

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Users in Grid Economy & Strategy Grid Consumers Execute occupations for tackling changing issue size and multifaceted nature Benefit by selecting and collecting assets astutely Tradeoff time period and cost Strategy: minimize costs Grid Providers Contribute "unmoving" asset for executing shopper employments Benefit by augmenting asset usage Tradeoff neighborhood necessities & market opportunity Strategy: expand returns on administrations

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Building of an Economy Grid "financier" framework… .. Who pays for that ??? Clients! Establishment for the Grid Economy

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Grid Architecture for Computational Economy Information Server(s) Grid Market Services Sign-on Health Monitor Info ? Lattice Node N … Grid Explorer … Application Secure Job Control Agent Grid Node1 Schedule Advisor QoS Pricing Algorithms Trade Server Trading Trade Manager Accounting Resource Reservation Misc. administrations … Deployment Agent JobExec Resource Allocation Storage Grid User Grid Resource Broker … R 1 R 2 R m Grid Middleware Services Grid Service Providers

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Economic Models for Trading Commodity Market Model Posted Prices Models Bargaining Model Tendering (Contract Net) Model Auction Model English, first-cost fixed offer, second-cost sealded-offer (Vickrey), and Dutch. Relative Resource Sharing Model Shareholder Model Partnership Model

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Economy Grid = Globus + GRACE Applications Grid Apps. … Science Engineering Commerce Portals ActiveSheet High-level Services and Tools GlobusView Grid Status Grid Tools Nimrod/G DUROC MPI-G MPI-IO CC++ globusrun Core Services Heartbeat Monitor Nexus GRACE-TS Grid Middleware GRAM Globus Security Interface GASS DUROC MDS GBank GARA GMD Grid Fabric Local Services GRD QBank JVM Condor TCP UDP eCash LSF PBS Linux Irix Solaris

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What is Nimrod/G ? An asset agent for overseeing and directing assignment cultivating (parametric range) applications on computational Grids taking into account due date and computational economy . Key Features A solitary window to oversee & control test Resource Discovery Trade for Resources Scheduling Steering & information administration It permits to contemplate the conduct of a portion of the yield variables against a scope of various information situations.

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Nimrod/G Grid Broker Architecture Nimrod/G Client Nimrod/G Client Nimrod/G Client Nimrod/G Engine Schedule Advisor Trading Manager Grid Store Grid Dispatcher Grid Explorer Grid Middleware Globus,Legion, Condor-g,, Ninf,etc. TM TS GE GIS Grid Information Server(s) RM & TS RM & TS RM & TS G C L G Legion empowered hub. Globus empowered hub. L C RM: Local Resource Manager, TS: Trade Server Condor empowered hub.

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Cost A Nimrod/G Client Deadline Legion hosts Globus Hosts Bezek is in both Globus and Legion Domains

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User Requirements: Deadline/Budget

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Global Economy Grid Australia North America Monash Uni.: ANL: SGI/Sun/SP2 USC-ISI: SGI UVa: Linux Cluster Manitoba: Cluster Nimrod/G Linux bunch Globus+Legion +Condor/G Globus/Legion GRACE_TS Solaris WS Internet Europe ZIB/FUB: T3E/Mosix Cardiff: Sun E6500 Paderborn: HPCLine Lecce: Compaq SC CNR: Cluster CERN: Cluster Asia/Japan Tokyo I-Tech.: ETL, Tuskuba Linux group Globus + GRACE_TS Globus + GRACE_TS

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Conclusions Proposed three models for Grid asset administration engineering Hierarchical, AO, & Market-show The future frameworks are likely take after a model that consolidates every one of these models. The future processing (HPC) base will be a Grid of Clusters. Shared/Grid has as of now turn into a dear of investors. The effect of Grid on 21 st century economy will be the same as power on 20 th century economy.

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