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Flexible and dynamic control of network QoS in grid environments: the QoSINUS approach

P.V.B. Primet, J. Montagnat, F. Chanussot
2004 IEEE International Conference on Cluster Computing (IEEE Cat. No.04EX935)  
º ¿ o ¾ Ã Ý x º Ç o ¿ Ð Ý F ¾ ¤ Å t Ø ¿ Ð Å t Ä 5 ¼ Ù Ì Q Ô F ¿ 2 ï 5 à j é D Ê u ¿ º Î Ã º Q É Ò Å t Ä F Ç o ¿ ae Application QoSINUS Network QoS request send stream take request set DSCP DiffServ into  ...  à ¾ 3¨ x à º 0 Ì Q º ¤ Å t Ä F ¾ Q É h » ½ ¾ 3 Q » ½ Ã Ä Ú ¾ ¤ Ç ¤ Ô F ¿ o ¼ V Ý x À ½ ¿ í Å t Ä F ¼ â º ¤ Å t Ì ¿ ae • QoS Invoke Å t Ä F ¼ QoS Release Ì Q Ô 5 Å t Ì 6 Å t º ¿ 2 Ç Å t À  À ½ ¿ o ¼ Ù  ... 
doi:10.1109/clustr.2004.1392657 dblp:conf/cluster/PrimetMC04 fatcat:7qywhjces5fwnepdvgya7ndhcm

Designing and evaluating an active grid architecture

F. Bouhafs, J.P. Gelas, L. Lefèvre, M. Maimour, C. Pham, P. Vicat-Blanc Primet, B. Tourancheau
2005 Future generations computer systems  
In this paper, we report on our early experiences in building application-aware components and in defining an active grid architecture that would bring the usage of computational grid to a higher level  ...  To illustrate the potential of this approach, we first present how such application-aware components could be built and then some experiments on deploying enhanced communication services for the grid.  ...  Dynamic QoS control and Management with active services The aim of the active approach, instanciated in the QoSinus (QoS invocation and utilization service) service is to introduce flexibility and dynamicity  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.future.2004.09.023 fatcat:xt3wv6lbdjbl7d7a5tatjf6jca

Active and logistical networking for grid computing: the e-Toile architecture

Alessandro Bassi, Micah Beck, Jean-Patrick Gelas, Laurent Lefèvre, Terry Moore, James Plank, Pascale Vicat-Blanc Primet
2005 Future generations computer systems  
While active networks provide new solutions for the deployment of dynamic services in the network, exposing network processing resources, logistical networking focuses on exposing storage resources inside  ...  In this paper, we show how active and logistical environments working together can improve grid middleware, and provide new and innovative high-level services for grid applications.  ...  This work is supported and carried out within the framework of the RNTL e-Toile project and the RNRT VTHDH++ project.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.future.2004.09.029 fatcat:ng5cbgyilnexhjxbocf6kirmqu

Active and Logistical Networking for Grid Computing: The E-toile Architecture [chapter]

Alessandro Bassi, Micah Beck, Fabien Chanussot, Jean-Patrick Gelas, Robert Harakaly, Laurent Lefèvre, Terry Moore, James Plank, Pascale Primet
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
While active networks provide new solutions for the deployment of dynamic services in the network, exposing network processing resources, logistical networking focuses on exposing storage resources inside  ...  In this paper, we show how active and logistical environments working together can improve grid middleware, and provide new and innovative high-level services for grid applications.  ...  This work is supported and carried out within the framework of the RNTL e-Toile project and the RNRT VTHDH++ project.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-24688-6_29 fatcat:j3z4vmzw2jdlvhypqxqud2vqm4