Virtual Machine Scheduling Model Based on Energy and Interference Awareness in Cloud Environment

Xin Sui, Li Li, Dan Liu, Huan Wang, Jilong Gong, Zetian Zhang
2017 Advances in Modelling and Analysis B  
Thanks to the rapid development of cloud datacenter, virtual machine (VM) scheduling has become the key to optimizing energy consumption, service-level agreement, network traffic, etc. Focusing on the optimization of server CPU utilization, energy consumption, network traffic, service performance and so on, the current VM scheduling model often fails to recognize the performance interference between VMs as an optimization parameter. In light of the above, this paper proposes a VM scheduling
more » ... a VM scheduling model, considering both server power consumption and VM performance interference, seeking to lower the energy consumption of the datacenter and the interference between VMs. The experimental results demonstrate that the proposed model outshines the other two models in server CPU utilization, energy consumption, and VM process 443 time.
doi:10.18280/ama_b.600213 fatcat:wb6u6ja4cja6nfohg7yiymkidu