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Toward Bio-Inspired Auto-Scaling Algorithms: An Elasticity Approach for Container Orchestration Platforms
IEEE Access ( IF 4.098 ) Pub Date : 2020-03-16 , DOI: 10.1109/access.2020.2980852
José Herrera; Germán Moltó

The wide adoption of microservices architectures has introduced an unprecedented granularisation of computing that requires the coordinated execution of multiple containers with diverse lifetimes and with potentially different auto-scaling requirements. These applications are managed by means of container orchestration platforms and existing centralised approaches for auto-scaling face challenges when used for the timely adaptation of the elasticity required for the different application components. This paper studies the impact of integrating bio-inspired approaches for dynamic distributed auto-scaling on container orchestration platforms. With a focus on running self-managed containers, we compare alternative configuration options for the container life cycle. The performance of the proposed models is validated through simulations subjected to both synthetic and real-world workloads. Also, multiple scaling options are assessed with the purpose of identifying exceptional cases and improvement areas. Furthermore, a nontraditional metric for scaling measurement is introduced to substitute classic analytical approaches. We found out connections for two related worlds (biological systems and software container elasticity procedures) and we open a new research area in software containers that features potential self-guided container elasticity activities.
更新日期:2020-03-24

 

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