Design of a Resource Management Service for the Quality-based Adaptive Resource Management Architecture

by Fleeman, David T.

Abstract (Summary)
The Quality-based Adaptive Resource Management Architecture (QARMA) consists of a framework for describing resource management solutions and a collection of CORBA-based middleware services for the management of distributed, real-time systems. The framework can be used to: (1) characterize existing resource management architectures and tools and (2) assist in integrating existing tools into coherent resource management solutions. The middleware components are an instantiation of a resource management solution based directly on the framework. The main contributions of this thesis include an analysis of the information life-cycle in a resource management system, a collection of algorithmic models that serve as a basis for resource allocation algorithms in the QARMA middleware, and a description of the greedy algorithm used by the Resource Management Service. Experimental results demonstrate that QARMA can control existing application systems and can be integrated with existing management middleware.
Bibliographical Information:


School:Ohio University

School Location:USA - Ohio

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:resource management real time systems quality of service qos dynamic adaptive middleware corba


Date of Publication:01/01/2006

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