SLA Enforcement and Resource Allocation
Service Guarantees are important to help ensure the system is utilized in a way that completes the “most important” work for achieving the organization’s top objectives. The better the system drives usage according to business level objectives, the more success an organization can realize. The following are examples of capabilities which contribute to delivering on service guarantees:
Group Sharing Policies
- Enforce Service Levels
With group sharing policies, organizations get the controls they need to efficiently share a cluster between multiple groups and the ability to align resource usage to business objectives. Balance competing needs while still maintaining high utilization. For example, capabilities include Account and QoS credential rights, Hierarchical Fairshare, Advanced Prioritization, Preemption, and Administrative Reservations.
Docker Container Support
- Enable precise resource guarantees with Docker Container enforcement of resource limits
Docker containers can be used to guarantee that jobs get a precise resource allocation (memory, CPU, etc.) when sharing resources on a node with other jobs.
- Manage Service Delivery with Usage-based Accounting, Enforcement, and optional Chargeback
Accounting Manager is a fast, easy-to-use accounting management system that allows showback and chargeback for usage tracking and charging for resource or service usage in virtually any computing environments.