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Table 1 QoS-driven scheduler characterization

From: QoS-driven scheduling in the cloud

Feature Classification
Workload source Multi-users and multi-job
Job Structure Single-task
Job flexibility Rigid
Arrival process Open
Workload composition Heterogeneous
Quality of service SLO aware
Real time No real time
Resources heterogeneity Any
Scaling Static
Resource sharing Dedicated VMs/containers
Geographical coverage Local
Federation Single domain
Scheduling goal SLO accomplishment
Level Task-level
Data locality No affinity
Failure model Crash-recovery
Adaptability Static
Optimality Sub-optimal
Operation Online
Topology Distributed, centralized, push-based
Flexibility Flexible: migration-aware, preemptive