Analytical study of cloud data centers using load balancing algorithm

BHAVANI KANWAR, M. tech (CSE ), SIET, Sikar (Rajasth an), (India), DASHRATH SINGH, SUMAN SINGH, NEETU KANWAR, Lecturer (CSE ), BTTI, Pilani (Rajasth an), (India), Assistant Professor (CSE), SIET, Sikar (Rajasthan), India, B.tech (ECE), BKBIET, Pilani (Rajasthan), (India)
2018 Journal of Computer & Information Technology  
Cloud computing is emerging technology which is a new standard of large scale distributed computing and parallel computing. It provides shared resources, information, software packages and other resources as per client requirements at specific time. As cloud computing is growing rapidly and more users are attracted towards utility computing, better and fast service needs to be provided. For better management of available good load balancing techniques are required. So that load balancing in
more » ... ad balancing in cloud becoming more interested area of research. And through better load balancing in cloud, performance is increased and user gets better services. CloudSim is an event-driven simulator implemented in Java. Because of its object-oriented programming feature, CloudSim allows extensions and definition of policies in all the components of the software stack, thereby making it a suitable research tool that can mimic the complexities arising from the environments. Cloud provides data centers distributed across geographical channels. Each DC consists of hundreds of servers called VMs. When a user submits a task, that are collected to a cloudlet. These tasks are handled by the data center controller. The data center controller uses a VMloadbalancer to determine which VM should be assigned to the next request for processing. The VMloadbalancer uses various schemes to balance the load in complex cloud environment 5 . This is an open access article under the CC BY-NC-SA license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/4.0)
doi:10.22147/jucit/090603 fatcat:zqqiuyzop5hmbfyjatumnt6tyq