New balancing technique for green cloud computing and environmental Sustainability
Khedr, Ayman E.
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The growing demand of Cloud Computing Infrastructure has increased the energy consumption of data centers, which has become a critical issue. Data centers hosting cloud computing applications which consume huge amounts of energy, contributing to high operational costs and leads to high carbon emissions which are not environmentally friendly. Therefore we need to propose a green cloud load balancing (GCLB) solution that intended to reduce energy consumption in cloud data center while maintaining the service level agreement (SLA) between the customer and the cloud service provider. in order to design such solutions, deep analysis of Cloud is required with respect to their power efficiency. Thus, in this paper, we discuss various elements of green clouds which contribute to the total energy consumption and how it is addressed in the previous studies. We also discuss the implication of this solution on the energy efficiency (EE) and the quality of service (QOS).
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