Multi-Objective Service Oriented Network Provisioning In Ultra-Scale Systems

Dragi Kimovski, Roland Matha, Sasko Ristov, Radu Prodan
2017 Zenodo  
The paradigm of ultra-scale computing has been recently pushed forward by the current trends in distributed computing. This novel architecture concept is focused towards a federation of multiple geographically distributed heterogeneous systems under a single system image, thus allowing efficient deployment and management of very complex architectures applications. To enable sustainable ultra-scale computing, there are multiple major challenges, which have to be tackled, such as, improved data
more » ... stribution, increased systems scalability, enhanced fault tolerance, elastic resource management, low latency communication and etc. Regrettably, the current research initiatives in the area of ultra-scale computing are in a very early stage of research and are predominantly concentrated on the management of the computational and storage resources, thus leaving the networking aspects unexplored. In this paper we introduce a promising new paradigm for cluster-based Multi-objective service-oriented network provisioning for ultra-scale computing environments by unifying the management of the local communication resources and the external inter-domain network services under a single point of view. We explore the potentials for representing the local network resources within a single distributed or parallel system and combine them together with the external communication services.
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1066698 fatcat:ybwody3vdbgfla3khubnd7epce