Sunday, October 31, 2021

SLA-driven Load Scheduling in Multi-tier Cloud Computing: Financial Impact Considerations


Author :  Husam Suleiman and Otman Basir

Affiliation :  Applied Science Private University

Category :  Cloud Computing

Volume, Issue, Month, Year :  10, 1, April, 2020

Abstract :

A cloud service provider strives to effectively provide a high Quality of Service (QoS) to client jobs. Such jobs vary in computational and Service-Level-Agreement (SLA) obligations, as well as differ with respect to tolerating delays and SLA violations. The job scheduling plays a critical role in servicing cloud demands by allocating appropriate resources to execute client jobs. The response to such jobs is optimized by the cloud service provider on a multi-tier cloud computing environment. Typically, the complex and dynamic nature of multi-tier environments incurs difficulties in meeting such demands, 

Keyword :  cloud computing, Task Scheduling and Balancing, QoS Optimization, Resource Allocation, Genetic Algorithms

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