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Telfor Journal
2015, vol. 7, iss. 1, pp. 49-54
article language: English
document type: unclassified
doi:10.5937/telfor1501049B
Towards a light-weight bag-of-tasks grid architecture
aUniversity of Novi Sad, Faculty of Technical Science
bRT-RK, Institute for Computer Based Systems LLC, Novi Sad

e-mail: ilibas@uns.ac.rs, nenad.cetic@rt-rk.com, miroslav.popovic@rt-rk.com, momcilo.krunic@rt-rk.com

Project

Development of embedded systems with connected services and digital technology (MESTD - 44009)

Abstract

The paper presents the application of SIP protocol in the context of bag-of-tasks grid architecture. The SIP protocol has been used in the realization of the execution management service. The main idea is the use of stateful SIP proxy as a request broker. The paper provides a description of the concept, and the prototype system that has been built, as well as the calculation of estimated performance level and its relation to maximum RTT of grid system. The main advantage of this light-weight grid architecture is the reuse of a mature infrastructure. A short overview of some approaches to the mathematical modeling of computer grids is included.

Keywords

Session Initiation Protocol; grid computing; bag-of-tasks; execution management service; job scheduling

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