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Disaster Recovery Based Non Preemptive Improved Weighted Round Robin Technique for Resource Scheduling and Load Balancing in Cloud Environment

Author(s):

Shilpa. B Kodli , PG CENTER VTU REGIONAL OFFICE GULBARGA; Sripriya G, PG CENTER VTU REGIONAL OFFICE GULBARGA; Kanchan, PG CENTER VTU REGIONAL OFFICE GULBARGA

Keywords:

Load Balancing, Cloud Computing, Disaster Recovery, Improved Weighted Round Robin Algorithm

Abstract

The current demanding area i.e. Cloud computing is going to make use of the ideas of organizing process and specific load stabilizing to relocating the corresponding tasks to utilized in lesser manner of VMs for performing the operation of sharing of system resources in effective manner. Load balancing is a computer networking method to distribute workload across multiple computers or network links, central processing units, disk drives, or other resources, to achieve optimal resource utilization, maximize throughput, minimize response time, and avoid overload. The specified organizing process of the non-intended operations in the mentioned cloud computing working environment is consider to be an irretrievable control and therefore it has generally to be allocated to the great amount to the suitable specified VMs generally at the beginning placement itself in system. In practical study, generally the appeared tasks composed of many number of dependent parameters operations and hence the work load is going to exhibit the non-dependent operations in specific multiple specified (VM)virtual machine done basically in the same mentioned VM’s’ having multiplicity core values. Hence, the mentioned tasks approaching at the time of the running time of the specific server in changing randomly interludes under numerous specific load operating states. Next the engaging diversified working components are basically controlled by assigning the disaster recovery (dr). The (dr) is the process, policies and procedures that are related to preparing for recovery or continuation of technology infrastructure. disaster recovery is a subset of business continuity, disaster recovery focuses on the technology systems that support business functions, hence the dependency parameter of number of operations within the system. Here performance of the suggested technique is examined by making comparison with the current techniques.

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Paper ID: IJSRDV5I51413
Published in: Volume : 5, Issue : 5
Publication Date: 01/08/2017
Page(s): 1863-1865

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