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Conference Papers Year : 2023

AdapPF: Self-Adaptive Scrape Interval for Monitoring in Geo-Distributed Cluster Federations

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Monitoring plays a vital role in geo-distributed cluster federation environments to accurately schedule applications across geographically dispersed computing resources. However, using a fixed frequency for collecting monitoring data from clusters may waste network bandwidth and is not necessary for ensuring accurate scheduling. In this paper, we propose Adaptive Prometheus Federation (AdapPF), an extension of the widelyused open-source monitoring tool, Prometheus, and its feature, Prometheus Federation. AdapPF aims to dynamically adjust the collection frequency of monitoring data for each cluster in geodistributed cluster federations. Based on actual deployment in the geo-distributed Grid'5000 testbed, our evaluations demonstrate that AdapPF can achieve comparable results to Prometheus Federation with 5-seconds scrape interval while reducing crosscluster network traffic by 36%.
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hal-04103309 , version 1 (23-05-2023)

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Chih-Kai Huang, Guillaume Pierre. AdapPF: Self-Adaptive Scrape Interval for Monitoring in Geo-Distributed Cluster Federations. ISCC 2023 - 28th IEEE Symposium on Computers and Communications, IEEE, Jul 2023, Tunis, Tunisia. pp.1-7, ⟨10.1145/3555776.3577716⟩. ⟨hal-04103309⟩
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