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A Performance Measurement Environment for Cluster Computing

Published

Author(s)

M M. Courson, Alan Mink, G J. Marcais, B Traverse

Abstract

A number of factors promote frequent running of performance measurement codes for the evaluation and tuning of both applications and platforms. NIST is developing a prototype for an automated software measurement toolset to reduce the manual effort in running analyzing the results of such experiments. Our toolset consists of 3 main modules. A Data Collection and Storage module handles the collection of performance data and implements a central repository for such data. Another module provides an integrated mechanism to analyze and visualize the data stored in the repository. An Experiment Design and Control module assists the user in designing and executing experiments. To reduce the development effort this toolset in built around existing tools and is designed to be easily extensible to support the addition of tools.
Conference Dates
August 1, 2000
Conference Location
Undefined
Conference Title
International Society for Computers and Their Applications

Keywords

cluster computing, datacollection, performance analysis, performance measurement, queuing

Citation

Courson, M. , Mink, A. , Marcais, G. and Traverse, B. (2000), A Performance Measurement Environment for Cluster Computing, International Society for Computers and Their Applications, Undefined (Accessed February 23, 2024)
Created July 31, 2000, Updated October 12, 2021