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Performance Measurement of Remote ATM Clusters

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Author(s)

C Martin, Alan Mink, Wayne J. Salamon, Michael D. Indovina, M M. Courson

Abstract

We investigate the configuration and performance of remote commodity computing clusters. This is the dynamic pooling of separate clusters into a single large remote cluster via existing LANs or even the Internet. We discuss the configuration and setup of these remote clusters, as well as the networks since these clusters are on separate Ethernet subnets and separate ATM switches. We show that pure switching networks add little additional overhead to remote cluster computing applications, whereas routers can a have significant impact.
Proceedings Title
Proceedings of ATM99: Developments Conference
Conference Dates
March 3-April 1, 1999
Conference Location
Rennes
Conference Title
Novamedia

Keywords

ATM networks, ATM switch configuration, cluster computing, computing cluster, distributed computing, ethernet, performance measurement, switch configuration, time synchronization

Citation

Martin, C. , Mink, A. , Salamon, W. , Indovina, M. and Courson, M. (1999), Performance Measurement of Remote ATM Clusters, Proceedings of ATM99: Developments Conference, Rennes, -1 (Accessed June 12, 2024)

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Created April 1, 1999, Updated February 17, 2017