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Plush: An Infrastructure for Managing and Visualizing Distributed Applications Jeannie Albrecht, Ryan Braud, Darren Dao, John Jersin, Christopher Tuttle, Alex C. Snoeren, and Amin Vahdat
 

Summary: Plush: An Infrastructure for Managing and Visualizing Distributed Applications
Jeannie Albrecht, Ryan Braud, Darren Dao, John Jersin, Christopher Tuttle, Alex C. Snoeren, and Amin Vahdat
University of California, San Diego
{jalbrecht, rbraud, ctuttle, snoeren, vahdat} @ cs.ucsd.edu, {hdao, jjersin} @ ucsd.edu http://plush.ucsd.edu
Goal: Provide an extensible application management system for large-scale distributed systems
Motivation
Problem: How do we deploy, manage, and maintain distributed
applications that simultaneously run on hundreds of heterogeneous
physical machines?
Existing approaches for finding resources and managing applications are
cumbersome, manual, and error-prone
Tools exist to address some issues, but utility is limited by lack of integration
Plush provides a unified environment to support the distributed application
design and deployment lifecycle on PlanetLab and in clusters
Architecture
The Plush Controller
Plush consists of an application
controller that communicates with
client processes running on each of
the available resources

  

Source: Albrecht, Jeannie - Computer Science Department, Williams College

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences