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Energy aware clouds scheduling using anti-load balancing algorithm : EACAB

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Abstract

Cloud computing is a highly scalable and cost-effective infrastructure for running HPC, enterprise and Web applications. However rapid growth of the demand for computational power by scientific, business and web- applications has led to the creation of large-scale data centers consuming enormous amounts of electrical power. Hence, energy-efficient solutions are required to minimize their energy consumption. The objective of our approach is to reduce data center’s total energy consumption by controlling cloud applications’ overall resource usage while guarantying service level agreement. This article presents Energy aware clouds scheduling using anti-load balancing algorithm (EACAB). The proposed algorithm works by associating a credit value with each node. The credit of a node depends on its affinity to its jobs, its current workload and its communication behavior. Energy savings are achieved by continuous consolidation of VMs according to current utilization of resources, virtual network topologies established between VMs and thermal state of computing nodes. The experiment results show that the cloud application energy consumption and energy efficiency is being improved effectively.
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hal-01193102 , version 1 (04-09-2015)

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  • HAL Id : hal-01193102 , version 1
  • OATAO : 12884

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Cheikhou Thiam, Georges da Costa, Jean-Marc Pierson. Energy aware clouds scheduling using anti-load balancing algorithm : EACAB. 3rd International Conference on Smart Grids and Green IT Systems (SMARTGREENS 2014), Apr 2014, Barcelona, Spain. pp. 82-89. ⟨hal-01193102⟩
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