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|Type:||Artigo de evento|
|Title:||Power-aware Virtual Machine Scheduling On Clouds Using Active Cooling Control And Dvfs|
|Author:||Do Lago D.G.|
|Abstract:||This paper presents a virtual machine scheduling algorithm for Cloud Computing based on Green Computing concepts. The goal of this algorithm is the minimization of energy consumption in task executions in a cloud computing environment. This algorithm uses some features like shutdown of underutilized hosts, migration of loads of hosts that are operating below a certain threshold, and DVFS. It also applies the concept of active cooling control in order to minimize power consumption. The choice of which host will receive load is based on the concept of higher energy efficiency from the hosts, which is given by the ratio of MIPS by the energy consumed of each host. Results from simulation of this algorithm confronted with other surveyed algorithms have shown that it can improve the power consumption in clouds composed of heterogeneous datacenters while being equivalent to the best algorithms in homogeneous datacenters. © 2011 ACM.|
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