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The aforementioned characteristics introduce a new set of challenges, especially in terms of container provisioning and management, as the state-of-the-art resource management frameworks, employed in serverless ... To address them, we propose Fifer – an adaptive resource management framework to efficiently manage function-chains on serverless platforms. ... In Fifer, similar to the function scheduling policy, we greedily schedule containers on the least-resource-available server. ...arXiv:2008.12819v1 fatcat:zcvn6yd2xzfwtaiiqs4attqkua
The popularity of this paradigm is due to offering a highly transparent infrastructure that enables user applications to scale in the granularity of their functions. ... Accordingly, the goal of this survey study is to, first, unfold the internal mechanics of the serverless computing and, second, explore the scope for efficiency within this paradigm via studying function ... ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank the anonymous reviewers of the paper and members of the HPCC Lab at UL Lafayette who brainstormed with us on this paper. ...arXiv:2110.06508v1 fatcat:gp7dxqmmavfbhf7n5bssws2tje