Special Issue Article
An Efficient Resource Allocation for Improving Resource Utilization in Self Organizing Clouds
|S. Saranya1, N. Saranya2
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By leveraging virtualization which is a key technology in cloud computing, cloud resource can be provisioned on demand in a fine grained multiplexed manner while enabling fault isolation and scalability. This paper proposes a new resources allocation scheme to utilize the unused computing powers that is efficient enough to allocate resource. Envisioning self-organizing cloud (SOC) by integrating the volunteer computing into cloud architecture in order to utilize the huge computing power. Each participant may autonomously act as both resource consumer and provider. Different from previous works, a novel multi attribute range query protocol called Pointer Gossiping Protocol (PG-CAN) has been designed to locate the qualified nodes under a randomized policy that mitigates the contention among requesters. Our scheme also produces a lightweight query message per task on the Content Addressable Network (CAN) and maximizing resource utilization using Proportional Share Model (PSM). In addition SOC with optimized algorithm make an improvement by 15-60 percent in system throughput.