Provide advanced scheduling capability for OpenStack using a fairshare algorithm. This is a manager for synergy-service.
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README.rst

SYNERGY SCHEDULER MANAGER

The Scheduler Manager

Synergy is as a new extensible general purpose management OpenStack service. Its capabilities are implemented by a collection of managers which are specific and independent pluggable tasks, executed periodically or interactively. The managers can interact with each other in a loosely coupled way. The Scheduler Manager provides advanced scheduling (fairshare) capability for OpenStack. In particular it aims to address the resource utilization issues coming from the static allocation model inherent in the Cloud paradigm, by adopting the dynamic partitioning strategy implemented by the advanced batch schedulers.