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Title: Design and Evaluation of QoS driven Energy-Efficient Framework for Cloud Computing
Authors: ., Nagma
Keywords: Design and Evaluation
Energy Efficient Framework
Cloud Computing
Issue Date: 19-May-2020
Publisher: Chitkara University Punjab
Abstract: Cloud computing has revolutionized the information technology industry as it delivers scalable, elastic, on-demand and utility based computing features to end users. The cloud data centers use huge amount of electrical energy and deteriorate the atmosphere by releasing harmful gases. For sustainable future, energy-efficient utilization of resources needs sincere attention. Virtual machine consolidation techniques provide an effective solution for decreasing consumption of energy by cloud computing data centers. Although it is an active research area and there are many solutions for achieving energy efficiency, yet existing approaches for virtual machine consolidation ignore the service level agreement violations while reducing energy consumption and are not generic in the sense that they do not work for both CPU intensive and input/output intensive workloads. Moreover, they only consider single criteria related to CPU utilization. The real challenge is to maintain a satisfactory performance level (Quality of Service) without raising energy consumption.
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