Efficient Methods for Scheduling Jobs in a Simulation Model Using a Multicore Multicluster Architecture

keywords: Multicluster, parallel jobs, migration, gang scheduling, distributed system
Over the past decade, the fast advance of network technologies, hardware and middleware, as well as software resource sophistication has contributed to the emergence of new computational models. Consequently, there was a capacity increasing for efficient and effective use of resources distributed aiming to integrate them, in order to provide a widely distributed environment, which computational capacity could be used to solve complex computer problems. The two most challenging aspects of distributed systems are resource management and task scheduling. This work contributes to minimize such problems by i) aiming to reduce this problem through the use of migration techniques; ii) implementing a multicluster simulation environment with mechanisms for load balancing; iii) plus, the gang scheduling implementation algorithms will be analyzed through the use of metrics, in order to measure the schedulers performance in different situations. Thus, the results showed a better use of resources, implying operating costs reduction.
mathematics subject classification 2000: 68M14
reference: Vol. 38, 2019, No. 2, pp. 390–420