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Cooperative resource management in the cloud

Tran, Giang Son. Cooperative resource management in the cloud. PhD, Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse, 2014

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Abstract

Recent advances in computer infrastructures encourage the separation of hardware and software management tasks. Following this direction, virtualized cloud infrastructures are becoming very popular. Among various cloud models, Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provides many advantages to both provider and customer. In this service model, the provider offers his virtualized resource, and is responsible for managing his infrastructure, while the customer manages his application deployed in the allocated virtual machines. These two actors typically use autonomic resource management systems to automate these tasks at runtime. Minimizing the amount of resource (and power consumption) in use is one of the main services that such cloud model must ensure. This objective can be done at runtime either by the customer at the application level (by scaling the application) or by the provider at the virtualization level (by migrating virtual machines based on the infrastructure’s utilization rate). In traditional cloud infrastructures, these resource management policies work uncoordinated: knowledge about the application is not shared with the provider. This behavior faces application performance overheads and resource wasting, which can be reduced with a cooperative resource management policy. In this research work, we discuss the problem of separate resource management in the cloud. After having this analysis, we propose a direction to use elastic virtual machines with cooperative resource management. This policy combines the knowledge of the application and the infrastructure in order to reduce application performance overhead and power consumption. We evaluate the benefit of our cooperative resource management policy with a set of experiments in a private IaaS. The evaluation shows that our policy outperforms uncoordinated resource management in traditional IaaS with lower performance overhead, better virtualized and physical resource usage.

Item Type:PhD Thesis
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Institution:Université de Toulouse > Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse - INPT (FRANCE)
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Hagimont, Daniel
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Deposited On:27 Jun 2014 21:58

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