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Scheduling in Cloud. Presented by: Abdullah Al Mahmud Course: Cloud Computing(Fall 2012). Papers. Quincy: Fair Scheduling for Distributed Computing Clusters Michael Isard , Vijayan Prabhakaran , Jon Currey , Udi Wieder , Kunal Talwar , Andrew Goldberg @ MSR Silicon Valley. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Quincy: Fair Scheduling for Distributed Cluster

Scheduling in CloudPresented by: Abdullah Al MahmudCourse: Cloud Computing(Fall 2012)

PapersQuincy: Fair Scheduling for Distributed Computing Clusters Michael Isard, Vijayan Prabhakaran, Jon Currey, Udi Wieder, Kunal Talwar, Andrew Goldberg @ MSR Silicon Valley

Optimized Resource Allocation & Task Scheduling Challenges in Cloud Computing EnvironmentsDominique A. Heger, DHTechnologies (DHT)

Quincy: Fair Scheduling for Distributed Computing ClustersMichael Isard, Vijayan Prabhakaran, Jon Currey, Udi Wieder, Kunal Talwar, and Andrew GoldbergModified version of www.sigops.org/sosp/sosp09/slides/quincy/QuincyTestPage.htmlProblem SettingHomogenous ClusterFine grain resource sharing (multiplex all computers in the cluster between all jobs)Independent tasks(less costly to kill a task and restart the task)Goal of QuincyFair Sharing and Data LocalityN computers, J concurrent jobs-Each job gets at least N/J computers-Place tasks near data to avoid network bottlenecks-Joint optimization of fairness and data localityCluster Architecture

6CS-> Core SwitchRS-> Rack SwitchCi->CoresBaseline: Queue Based Scheduler

7Baseline: Queue Based SchedulerGreedy: Running the first available job in the queueSimple Greedy Fairness: Starving a job that submits large number of workersFairness with preemption: Killing workers from a job that already have submitted large number of workers.Flow Based Scheduler: QuincyConstruct a graph based on scheduling constraint and cluster architectureFinding a matching in the graph is equivalent to finding a feasible schedule.Can assign a cost to any matchingFairness constraints: number of tasks that are scheduledGoal: Minimize matching cost while obeying fairness constraints

Graph ConstructionStart with a directed graph representation of the cluster architecture

10Graph Construction (2)

11Graph Construction (3)

12A Feasible Matching

13Final Graph

14Result: Makespan when network is bottleneck(s)

Result: Data Transfer (TB)

ConclusionNew computational model for data intensive computingElegant mapping of scheduling to min-cost flow/matching problem

17Optimized Resource Allocation & Task Scheduling Challenges in Cloud Computing EnvironmentsDominique A. HegerResource Allocation in the CloudEach task's resource demand can be described via a multi-dimensional vector such as that the task i requires x processing cores, y GB of memory, and z GB of storage.Classical Bin Packing instance(Three Dimensional) which is a well known NP Complete problem

ANN Based Task Scheduling

ConclusionThis paper discusses some theoretical aspects of Task Scheduling and Resource AllocationQuestion?Thank You

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