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Adaptive Resource Relocation in Virtualized Heterogeneous Clusters

Atif, Muhammad


Cluster computing has recently gone through an evolution from single processor systems to multicore/multi-socket systems. This has resulted in lowering the cost/performance ratio of the compute machines. Compute farms that host these machines tend to become heterogeneous over time due to incremental extensions, hardware upgrades and/or nodes being purchased for users with particular needs. This heterogeneity is not surprising given the wide range of processor, memory and network technologies...[Show more]

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Date published: 2011-08-09
Type: Thesis (PhD)


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