IJMTES – AN ENHANCEMENT OF DECENTRALIZED WORKLOAD MANAGEMENT BY MEASURING BANDWIDTH AND VM POWER METERING IN ENTERPRISE CLOUDS

Journal Title : International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science

Paper Title : AN ENHANCEMENT OF DECENTRALIZED WORKLOAD MANAGEMENT BY MEASURING BANDWIDTH AND VM POWER METERING IN ENTERPRISE CLOUDS

Author’s Name : PavithraSelvi | Sakthi Sree | RajaGopal
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Volume 04 Issue 06 2017

ISSN no:  2348-3121

Page no: 28-33

Abstract – Cloud computing consists numerous virtual machine to store huge volume of data. The usage of virtual machines is to provide separate guest operating system is popular in considered to embed systems. The workload management across different virtual machines in cloud is a difficult process. In previous work the decentralized approach was proposed for energy efficient management of virtual machines. But still it has some issues like failed to consider the communication between virtual machines and it leads to traffic in a network. So in this paper the virtual machine power metering technique and communication aware schedule proposed To improve workload management, minimize energy consumption of node, localizing traffic in a network ,reducing power provisioning cost in data centers and reduce communication delay between virtual machines in cloud computing. There are approaches for workload management in cloud computing were developed. In order to reduce the energy consumption, power provisioning cost and improves workload management in cloud computing two approaches are proposed namely communication aware scheduling and virtual power metering technique. This reduced simulation time of computation nodes and improves the performance of cloud computing.

Keywords – Cloud computing, Work load management, Communication aware scheduling, Virtual power metering technique

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