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Future Generation Computer Systems
Vol. 52, 2015; Pages: 1–12

Taxonomies of workflow scheduling problem and techniques in the cloud

Sucha Smanchat, Kanchana Viriyapant

Faculty of Information Technology, King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok, 1518 Pracharat 1 Road, Bangsue, Bangkok, Thailand.


Abstract

Scientific workflows, like other applications, benefit from the cloud computing, which offers access to virtually unlimited resources provisioned elastically on demand. In order to efficiently execute a workflow in the cloud, scheduling is required to address many new aspects introduced by cloud resource provisioning. In the last few years, many techniques have been proposed to tackle different cloud environments enabled by the flexible nature of the cloud, leading to the techniques of different designs. In this paper, taxonomies of cloud workflow scheduling problem and techniques are proposed based on analytical review. We identify and explain the aspects and classifications unique to workflow scheduling in the cloud environment in three categories, namely, scheduling process, task and resource. Lastly, review of several scheduling techniques are included and classified onto the proposed taxonomies. We hope that our taxonomies serve as a stepping stone for those entering this research area and for further development of scheduling technique.

Keywords: Cloud computing; Cloud workflow; Workflow scheduling; Workflow scheduling taxonomy.

 
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