Book Chapter

A survey of scheduling and management techniques for data-intensive application workflows

S Pandey, R Buyya

Enterprise Resource Planning: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications | Published : 2013

Abstract

This chapter presents a comprehensive survey of algorithms, techniques, and frameworks used for scheduling and management of data-intensive application workflows. Many complex scientific experiments are expressed in the form of workflows for structured, repeatable, controlled, scalable, and automated executions. This chapter focuses on the type of workflows that have tasks processing huge amount of data, usually in the range from hundreds of mega-bytes to petabytes. Scientists are already using Grid systems that schedule these workflows onto globally distributed resources for optimizing various objectives: minimize total makespan of the workflow, minimize cost and usage of network bandwidth,..

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