Parallel and Distributed Computing, International Symposium on (2009)
June 30, 2009 to July 4, 2009
DOI Bookmark: http://doi.ieeecomputersociety.org/10.1109/ISPDC.2009.10
The software in modern systems has become too complex to make accurate predictions about their performance under different configurations. Real-time or even responsiveness requirements cannot be met because it is not possible to perform admission control for new or changing tasks if we cannot tell how their execution affects the other tasks already running. Previously, we proposed a resource-allocation middleware that manages the execution of tasks in a complex distributed system with real-time requirements. The middleware behavior can be modeled depending on the configuration of the tasks running, so that the performance of any given configuration can be calculated. This makes it possible to have admission control in such a system, but the model requires knowledge of run-time parameters. We propose the utilization of machine-learning algorithms to obtain the model parameters, and be able to predict the system performance under any configuration, so that we can provide a full admission control mechanism for complex software systems.
access control, real-time, distributed systems, middleware
L. Garcés-Erice, "Admission Control for Distributed Complex Responsive Systems," 2009 Eighth International Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Computing (ISPDC), Lisbon, 2009, pp. 226-233.