ANALYSIS OF JOB MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS IN THE CONTEXT GRID
Keywords:Resource Management System, middleware, grid system, load balancing, scheduler, job.
AbstractIn this article analysis of the most common and active at the moment Resource Management Systems (RMS) is presented. We give a lot of references to Internet-resources by which you can find more information about those RMS. As a result a summary table has been compiled that shows comparative characteristics of the considered RMS and their relationship with the currently used Maui external job scheduler. RMS position in the grid-systems software is determined and when used at the local level.
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