Resource Management under Language and Application Control

Network-aware applications can adjust their resource demands in response to changes in the availability of resources. The Remulac project investigates the design, specification, implementation and evaluation of a software platform for network-aware applications. Such applications must be able to obtain information about the current status of the network resources.


Remos (REsource MOnitoring System) is a joint effort with the Darwin project (an investigation of application-aware networks) in the definition of an API that aims to provide an application with information about its host network.


Here are one picture from a recent meeting/demo. Here is another one. Courtesy of W. Sanders of the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

The Remulac project is conducted in the CMCL laboratory at Carnegie Mellon.

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