Multi-objective reinforcement learning for responsive grids

Julien Perez 1 Cecile Germain-Renaud 1, 2 Balázs Kégl 1, 2, 3 Charles Loomis 3
2 TAO - Machine Learning and Optimisation
LRI - Laboratoire de Recherche en Informatique, UP11 - Université Paris-Sud - Paris 11, Inria Saclay - Ile de France, CNRS - Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique : UMR8623
Abstract : Grids organize resource sharing, a fundamental requirement of large scientific collaborations. Seamless integration of grids into everyday use requires responsiveness, which can be provided by elastic Clouds, in the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) paradigm. This paper proposes a model-free resource provisioning strategy supporting both requirements. Provisioning is modeled as a continuous action-state space, multi-objective reinforcement learning (RL) problem, under realistic hypotheses; simple utility functions capture the high level goals of users, administrators, and shareholders. The model-free approach falls under the general program of autonomic computing, where the incremental learning of the value function associated with the RL model provides the so-called feedback loop. The RL model includes an approximation of the value function through an Echo State Network. Experimental validation on a real data-set from the EGEE grid shows that introducing a moderate level of elasticity is critical to ensure a high level of user satisfaction.


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Julien Perez, Cecile Germain-Renaud, Balázs Kégl, Charles Loomis. Multi-objective reinforcement learning for responsive grids. Journal of Grid Computing, Springer Verlag, 2010, 8 (3), pp.473-492. <10.1007/s10723-010-9161-0>. <hal-00491560>

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