Title: Optimised resource and shared allocation using ESUAB algorithm in virtual environment

Authors: S. Anthoniraj; S. Saraswathi

Addresses: Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Manonmaniam Sundarnar University, Tirunelveli – 627 012, India ' Department of Information Technology, Pondicherry Engineering College, Pondicherry – 605 015, India

Abstract: Network virtualisation is a well-admired expertise in the computational platform. Infect virtualisation is a familiar technology that achieves rehabilitated significance. Principally, it holds out partitioning technique to remote virtual machines on a single physical machine. In typical networking phenomenon, static and dynamic routing is the liability hauler. But, the bungling harmonisation acquiesces to the endorsement of ESUAB algorithm which formulates the synchronisation to veracity. Here ESUAB places a decisive character in enterprising the connectivity of virtual platforms along with the management techniques. These technique families equally share the bandwidth to all the virtual machine. As an encroachment, it advocates an intellectual auto-update mechanism to augment the networking terminologies. However, the précised circumstances offer a superior familiarity as an asset to networks. Along with this, it also deliberates on our research to diminish the network traffic for a simplified and enhanced model for future through the employment of virtualisation techniques.

Keywords: equally shared and unique allocation of bandwidth; ESUAB; Xen; virtual machines; VM monitor; VMM; network interface card; NIC; virtual data centre; VDC; port-switching-based source routing; PSSR; random bandwidth allocator; RBA; mixed integer programming; MIP; unallocated bandwidth; resource allocation; network virtualisation.

DOI: 10.1504/IJAIP.2015.073711

International Journal of Advanced Intelligence Paradigms, 2015 Vol.7 No.3/4, pp.302 - 312

Received: 04 Nov 2014
Accepted: 01 May 2015

Published online: 16 Dec 2015 *

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