A Novel Approach for Dynamic Apportion and De-Allocate Resources from the Cloud

K Valli Madhavi, CH Kalyani, S Durga Prasad


Cloud computing is on demand as it offers dynamic flexible resource allocation for reliable and guaranteed services in pay as-you-use manner to public. In Cloud computing multiple cloud users can request number of cloud services simultaneously. So there must be a provision that all resources are made available to requesting user in efficient manner to satisfy their need. Hence there is no need for getting licenses for individual products. Virtual Machine (VM) technology has been employed for resource provisioning. It is expected that using virtualized environment will reduce the average job response time as well as executes the task according to the availability of resources. Effective and dynamic utilization of the resources in cloud can help to balance the load and avoid situations like slow run of systems.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.23956/ijermt.v6i9.77


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