Optimal Resource Usage in Multi-Cloud Computing Environment

Optimal Resource Usage in Multi-Cloud Computing Environment

Veena Goswami (School of Computer Applications, KIIT University, Bhuhbaneswar, Odisha, India) and Choudhury Nishkanta Sahoo (School of Computer Applications, KIIT University, Bhuhbaneswar, Odisha, India)
Copyright: © 2013 |Pages: 14
DOI: 10.4018/ijcac.2013010105
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Abstract

Cloud computing has emerged as a new paradigm for accessing distributed computing resources such as infrastructure, hardware platform, and software applications on-demand over the internet as services. This paper presents an optimal resource management framework for multi-cloud computing environment. The authors model the behavior and performance of applications to integrate different service-providers for end-to-end-requirements. Each service model caters to specific type of requirements and there are already number of players with own customized products/services offered. Intercloud Federation and Service delegation models are part of Multi-Cloud environment where the broader target is to achieve infinite pool of resources. They propose an analytical queueing network model to improve the efficiency of the system. Numerical results indicate that the proposed provisioning technique detects changes in arrival pattern, resource demands that occur over time and allocates multiple virtualized IT resources accordingly to achieve application Quality of Service targets.
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We discuss different scenarios for the need of multi-cloud Environments.

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