Grum, Marcus | Bender, Benedict | Alfa, Attahiru S. | Gronau, Norbert
A New Decision Maxim for Efficient Task Realizations within Analytical Network Infrastructures
Faced with the increasing needs of companies, optimal dimensioning of IT hardware is becoming challenging for decision makers. In terms of analytical infrastructures, a highly evolutionary environment causes volatile, timedependent workloads in its components, and intelligent, flexible task distribution between local systems and cloud services is attractive. With the aim of developing a flexible and efficient design for analytical infrastructures, this paper proposes a flexible architecture model, which allocates tasks following a machine-specific decision heuristic. A simulation benchmarks this system with existing strategies and identifies the new decision maxim as superior in a first scenario-based simulation.
|Autoren||Grum, Marcus; Bender, Benedict; Alfa, Attahiru S.; Gronau, Norbert|
|Zeitschrift||Decision Support Systems|
|Keywords||Analytics, Architecture Concepts, Cyber-Physical Systems, Internet of Things, Task Realization Strategies, Simulation|