CHALLENGES OF RESOURCE DISCOVERY TO SUPPORT DISTRIBUTED EXASCALE COMPUTING ENVIRONMENT
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Volume 1 (2), December 2018, Pages 168-178
Elham Adibi, Ehsan Mousavi Khaneghah
The resource discovery management unit (RD) in distributed Exascale systems needs to be able to manage the occurrence of dynamic and interactive events in the requesting process when running activities related to RD. The occurrence of dynamic and interactive events in the requesting process causes some challenges in the execution trend of activities related to RD. The trend of execution activities related to RD will fail if there is no management and control on the occurrence of dynamic and interactive events. This paper first explores and describes the concept of dynamic and interactive nature in distributed Exascale systems. In addition, it attempts to show the influences of occurrence the dynamic and interactive events in the computing elements requesting the resource as well as on RD functionality. In addition, this paper aims at describing the challenges of RD to be used in distributed Exascale systems. To achieve this, changes need to be made in the generating space and RD functionality. Taking into account the solutions presented in this paper, RD has the potential to be used in distributed Exascale systems by remaining compatible with traditional computing systems.
exascale computing, resource discovery, dynamic and interactive nature.
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