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Infrastructure as a Service Clouds using Dynamic Resource Allocation for Different Workloads

Author(s):

M. Roja , KMM Institute of Postgraduate Studies, Tirupathi, India; Dr. K. Venkataramana, KMM Institute of Postgraduate Studies, Tirupathi, India

Keywords:

Cloud Computing, Heterogeneous Workloads, Resource Allocation, Virtual Machines

Abstract

Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) cloud innovation has attracted much awareness from consumers who have needs on colossal quantities of processing property. Current IaaS mists association assets so far as digital machines (VMs) with homogeneous asset configurations the place various types of assets in VMs have a similar share of the capacity in a physical laptop (PM). In spite of everything, most purchaser employments demand distinctive quantities for more than a few properties. For illustration, elite figuring employments require more CPU centers whilst gigantic data handling functions require more memory. The current homogeneous asset allocation mechanisms intent asset starvation where dominant assets are starved even as non-dominant assets are wasted. To beat this limitation, we advise a heterogeneous asset allocation method, known as skewness-avoidance multi-asset allocation (SAMR), to allocate property according to broadened must-haves on more than a few kinds of belongings. Our answer incorporates a VM allocation algorithm to guarantee heterogeneous workloads are allocated correctly to preclude skewed asset utilization in PMs, and a mannequin-situated procedure to estimate the right number of energetic PMs to function SAMR. We show somewhat low multifaceted nature for our mannequin-founded process for realistic operation and accurate estimation. Huge simulation results display the adequacy of SAMR and the performance advantages over its counterparts.

Other Details

Paper ID: IJSRDV7I20862
Published in: Volume : 7, Issue : 2
Publication Date: 01/05/2019
Page(s): 865-870

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