Autonomic Adaptation of Virtual Distributed Environments in a Multi-Domain Infrastructure

By Ryan Riley1; Dongyan Xu1

1. Purdue University

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By federating resources from multiple domains, a shared infrastructure provides aggregated computation resources to a large number of users. With rapid advances in virtualization technologies, we propose the concept of virtual distributed environments as a new sharing paradigm for a multi-domain shared infrastructure. Such virtual environments provide users with confined, customized platforms to execute legacy parallel/distributed applications. Furthermore, we propose to support autonomic adaptation of virtual distributed environments, driven by both dynamic availability of infrastructure resources and dynamic application resource demand. We identify new research challenges and describe our on-going work and preliminary results.


This work was supported in part by National Science Foundation Grants OCI-0438246, OCI-0504261, CNS-0546173.

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  • Ryan Riley, Dongyan Xu (2006), "Autonomic Adaptation of Virtual Distributed Environments in a Multi-Domain Infrastructure,"

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