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Resource provisioning for cloud computing
Proceedings of the 2009 Conference of the Center for Advanced Studies on Collaborative Research - CASCON '09
In resource provisioning for cloud computing, an important issue is how resources may be allocated to an application mix such that the service level agreements (SLAs) of all applications are met. A performance model with two interactive job classes is used to determine the smallest number of servers required to meet the SLAs of both classes. For each class, the SLA is specified by the relationship: Prob [response time ≤ x] ≥ y. Two server allocation strategies are considered: shared allocationdoi:10.1145/1723028.1723041 dblp:conf/cascon/HuWIL09 fatcat:rbgxhajlcjeyzgsgn4lcxj2jce