Advances in Grid and Pervasive Computing: 6th International by Daron G. Green (auth.), Jukka Riekki, Mika Ylianttila, Minyi

Advances in Grid and Pervasive Computing: 6th International by Daron G. Green (auth.), Jukka Riekki, Mika Ylianttila, Minyi

By Daron G. Green (auth.), Jukka Riekki, Mika Ylianttila, Minyi Guo (eds.)

This publication constitutes the lawsuits of the sixth overseas convention, GPC 2011, held in Oulu, Finland in may possibly 2011.

The 28 revised complete papers have been conscientiously revised and chosen from sixty two submissions and concentrate on the subjects cloud, cluster, and grid computing; peer-to-peer computing; purposes and HCI; modeling and verification; provider architectures; middleware; and sensor networks.

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Najafzadeh, and H. Salimi DVFS-enabled CPUs [1], and power-aware algorithms have been utilized to improve energy consumption. In addition to these policies, exploitation of virtualization techniques [2] has considerably improved energy efficiency of data centers and optimizes resource utilization. Virtualization technology (VT) is a powerful technology that has been utilized in many computing systems ranging from mobile devices to systems with high processing power. Virtualization allows the consolidation of a set of virtual machines (VMs) to a single physical server.

The weighting vector [w1, w2] controls the relative degree of the objective functions. In this paper, the weighting vector w is set equal to the functions. The optimization model is a NP-hard problem that has remained unsolved to find solutions in large scale. To reduce the search space and time of planning, we use a simulated annealing heuristic to find the optimum solution of these functions. Figure 1 shows our optimization algorithm based on simulated annealing. Co-management of Power and Performance in Virtualized Distributed Environments 29 Algorithm 1.

When the waiting time exceeds a threshold, C3 will assign a new instance to a second user. Step 4. If the leasing instance matches successfully, it will be assigned to a second user. Step 5. Primary user requests to recover the leasing instance that has been submitted to the C3. Step 6. If the instance has not been allocated, recover it directly. If the instance has been assigned to a second user, at this time, the C3 will need to preserve the running environment of the second user, and then recover the instance.

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