ANCHOR: A versatile and efficient framework for resource management in the cloud Abstract

We present Anchor, a general resource management architecture that uses the stable matching framework to decouple policies from mechanisms when mapping virtual machines to physical servers. In Anchor, clients and operators are able to express a variety of distinct resource management policies as they deem fit, and these policies are captured as preferences in the stable matching framework. The highlight of Anchor is a new many-to-one stable matching theory that efficiently matches !s with heterogeneous resource needs to servers, using both offline and online algorithms. "ur theoretical analyses show the convergence and optimality of the algorithm. "ur experiments with a prototype implementation on a #$-node server cluster, as well as large-scale simulations based on real-world workload traces, demonstrate that the architecture is able to reali%e a diverse set of policy ob&ectives with good performance and practicality.

even if it has enough capacity a propose-re&ect procedure. we randomly pick. where policies are decoupled from the management mechanisms by the stable matching framework. any less preferable &obs will not be accepted by a machine. such as consolidation based on '() usage energy consumption bandwidth multiplexing and storage dependence. a unifying fabric for resource management in the cloud. these solutions are developed for the operator without considering the interest of clients. We developed a new theory of &ob-machine stable matching with si%e heterogeneous &obs as the underlying mechanism to resolve conflict of interests between the operator and clients. whenever a &ob is re&ected. .Existing S stem: "n cloud resource management develop solutions for specific scenarios and purposes. The key idea is to ensure that. Whenever there are free &obs that have machines to propose to. !oreover. !ro"osed s stem: A revised *A algorithm that is guaranteed to find a weakly stable matching for a given problem. We then showcased the versatility of the preference abstraction for a wide spectrum of resource management policies for ! placement with a simple A(I.

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