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Cloud Scheduler Requirements

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A note on terminology: Herein:
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Note: This document is intended as a scratch requirements document that exists in order to gather ideas for building a cloud scheduler (which, in its current form, is described in the Cloud Scheduler Design). Additions are welcome. From the ideas and requirements developed in this scratch document, a more formal requirements document will be developed.

Terminology

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  • VM stands for virtual machines.
  • A "Cloud" refers to a collection of clusters running grid middleware (currently, the Globus Toolkit) as well as cloud software (currently, the Nimbus service). These clusters are connected to a job scheduler that is responsible for distributing jobs to the cloud's clusters.
  • "Cloud resources" is a more general term that refers to the clusters and individual computers that make up the cloud.
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 (Describe the performance constraints on the intended system. How fast / with how many resources should the scheduler function?)
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Use Cases

 
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