SLA amongst Users and Providers in Multi-Cloud Environment Through Negotiation Model

Merita Kasa Halili, Betim Cico

Abstract


Cloud Computing conducts application, infrastructure services or platform to a very large amount of users with more choices and continuous changing requirements. Cloud providers are occupied in organizing data warehouses to arrange the continuous growth in cloud user’s acceptance. Features of cloud computing services have afforded an important tendency of companies choosing these services. In this case, many cloud users, who intend a certain service, and many cloud providers, who provision those services, create a competitive market. When constructing a Cloud scheduling scheme, the project trade-offs of the Cloud architecture should be rated. The simplest manner to rate this infrastructure is to use a simulation tool called CloudSim simulation toolkit. To reduce/avoid SLA violations in the cloud computing system, in our work we propose a SLA reduction framework in which we have considered three steps: Migration control of VMs, Energy efficiency and VmScheduling. It is also implemented in Cloudsimulator.


Keywords


SLA; SLA violation; Cloud Computing; Cloudsimulator

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International Journal of Recent Contributions from Engineering, Science & IT (iJES) – eISSN: 2197-8581
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