Stream of traffic balance in active cloud infrastructure service virtual machines using ant colony Online publication date: Fri, 08-Jan-2021
by Ankita Taneja; Hari Singh; Suresh Chand Gupta
International Journal of Cloud Computing (IJCC), Vol. 9, No. 4, 2020
Abstract: Cloud load balancing is the manner of distributing computing resources and workloads over a cloud computing infrastructure. It allows an enterprise to manage workloads through appropriate resource allocation in the cloud. Various load balancing techniques in cloud computing are reviewed and the work presented in this paper thoroughly analyses and compares two well-known algorithms in MATLAB, the ant colony optimisation (ACO) algorithm and genetic algorithm (GA). The objective is to produce an optimal solution for cost and execution time through balancing the workload. It is observed through experimental observations that ACO-based load balancing possess incurs low cost and low execution time as compared to the GA for a constant workload over a fixed number of cloud machines. However, the execution time follows a different trend when workload increases and more machines are utilised to handle the increased workload, it rises sharply in ACO as compared to the GA.
Online publication date: Fri, 08-Jan-2021
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