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International Journal of Services Operations and Informatics
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International Journal of Services Operations and Informatics (1 paper in press)
Hybrid Resource Allocation and Task Scheduling Scheme in Cloud Computing Using Optimal Clustering Techniques by Manikandan N., Pravin A. Abstract: In diverse parallel and distributed computing systems, resource allocation is the progression of distributing consumer tasks for processing elements during execution in which some performance intentions are optimized. This document can be explain about the innovative resource allocation algorithm for the computing grid environment. In the scheduling problem of independent task in cloud computing, summarize other scheduling algorithms introduce a modified fuzzy c-means clustering algorithm (MFCM) Our algorithm abstract resource into a model to analyze these characteristics of resources with the MFCM algorithm. From that our proposed technique could decrease a execution time and memory space allocation of the system. For the optimal selection of virtual machines hybrid whale genetic (HWGA) optimization algorithm is used. Since the virtual machines are optimally selected on the basis of feature values, our proposed method provides reduced load balancing as well as improved parallel execution of tasks Keywords: Resource Allocation; Scheduling; Fuzzy C-Means Clustering; Whale Optimization; Virtual Machine; Parallel Execution.