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2010 Sixth International Conference on Networking and Services
The administration of clusters is an exhausting job. Particularly, allocating the resources of the clusters by hand can easily become unmanageable because the processing requirements can change very quickly in a dynamic environment such as the Internet. A solution to solve this problem is to use a dynamic architecture for self-reconfiguration of the clusters. In a previous work, we have proposed the DARC architecture, an agent-based architecture that can perform an automatic reconfiguration todoi:10.1109/icns.2010.38 fatcat:ldamib6fa5anhi6xbyttrucnum