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Title: Dynamic Job Ordering and Slot Configurations for MapReduce Workloads
Authors: Tang, Shanjiang
Lee, Bu-Sung
He, Bingsheng
Keywords: flow-shops
scheduling algorithm
job ordering
Issue Date: 2016
Source: Tang, S., Lee, B.-S., & He, B. (2016). Dynamic Job Ordering and Slot Configurations for MapReduce Workloads. IEEE Transactions on Services Computing, 9(1), 4-17.
Series/Report no.: IEEE Transactions on Services Computing
Abstract: MapReduce is a popular parallel computing paradigm for large-scale data processing in clusters and data centers. A MapReduce workload generally contains a set of jobs, each of which consists of multiple map tasks followed by multiple reduce tasks. Due to 1) that map tasks can only run in map slots and reduce tasks can only run in reduce slots, and 2) the general execution constraints that map tasks are executed before reduce tasks, different job execution orders and map/reduce slot configurations for a MapReduce workload have significantly different performance and system utilization. This paper proposes two classes of algorithms to minimize the makespan and the total completion time for an offline MapReduce workload. Our first class of algorithms focuses on the job ordering optimization for a MapReduce workload under a given map/reduce slot configuration. In contrast, our second class of algorithms considers the scenario that we can perform optimization for map/reduce slot configuration for a MapReduce workload. We perform simulations as well as experiments on Amazon EC2 and show that our proposed algorithms produce results that are up to 15 ~ 80 percent better than currently unoptimized Hadoop, leading to significant reductions in running time in practice.
ISSN: 1939-1374
DOI: 10.1109/TSC.2015.2426186
Rights: © 2016 IEEE.
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