Meta-scheduling or Super scheduling is a computer software technique of optimizing computational workloads by combining an organization's multiple Distributed Resource Managers into a single aggregated view, allowing batch jobs to be directed to the best location for execution.
The following is a partial list of noteworthy open source and commercial meta-schedulers currently available.
- GridWay by the Globus Alliance
- Community Scheduler Framework by Platform Computing & Jilin University
- MP Synergy by United Devices
- Moab Cluster Suite and Maui Cluster scheduler from Adaptive Computing
- DIOGENES (DIstributed Optimal GENEtic algorithm for grid applications Scheduling, started project)
- SynfiniWay's meta-scheduler.
- Schopf, Jennifer (2002). "A General Architecture for Scheduling on the Grid" (PDF). Argonne National Laboratory.
- Super Scheduler project by the Asia-Pacific Science Technology Center.
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