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Baglets: Adding Hierarchical Scheduling to Aglets Arvind Gopalan, Sajid Saleem, Matthias Martin, and Daniel Andresen
 

Summary: Baglets: Adding Hierarchical Scheduling to Aglets
Arvind Gopalan, Sajid Saleem, Matthias Martin, and Daniel Andresen
Department of Computing and Information Sciences
234 Nichols Hall
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506
fgxa2007,sajid,mattmar,dang@cis.ksu.edu
Abstract
A significant number of new Java-based technologies
for mobile code (aka agents) have recently emerged. The
'Aglets' system, from IBM's research labs, provides an ele-
gant mechanism for creating mobile code, but lacks a native
scheduling mechanism for determining where code should
be executed. In this paper we present the results of an in-
vestigation into adding sophisticated scheduling capabil-
ities to Aglets (which we refer to as brilliant Aglets, or
Baglets) from the H-SWEB project, which provides hierar-
chical scheduling across sets of WWW server clusters. H-
SWEB uses scheduling techniques in monitoring and adapt-
ing to workload variation at distributed server clusters for

  

Source: Andresen, Daniel - Department of Computing and Information Sciences, Kansas State University

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences