Journal of Computer Science

Reducing Network Bandwidth Cost on End User Resources Consumption in Cloud Environment

Buchanagandi Enock Nyamajeje and Huiqun Yu

DOI : 10.3844/jcssp.2015.943.956

Journal of Computer Science

Volume 11, Issue 9

Pages 943-956

Abstract

Cloud computing has been envisioned as the next generation and attributed to the increasing growth of mobile devices. Rapid increment, increase demands and bandwidth cost of access cloud resources became essential user perceive incur higher cost for utilizing cloud services. Since researchers have proposed new methods, service provider need to collaborate to ensure reasonable level of QoS. In various methods, bandwidth cost of service execution and delivery schemes have suggested service level agreement as a formal contract enforces resource level quality of service against the fee. However, not sufficient for the user in dynamic wireless domains in mobile cloud. This work is dedicated to the study of impact against ensure quality of cloud based application outsourcing that satisfies the bandwidth requirements for user. A key problem in application outsourcing in the cloud-based server is the problem of bandwidth consumption, which is critical to the bandwidth cost for utilizing service infrastructure. Using mathematics expression, methodology and algorithm we formulate the bandwidth consumption problem, taking into consideration of various metrics such as service level agreement, bandwidth allocation for user and bandwidth allocation threshold limit, trustworthy security for data storage. To employ user perceived performance in mobile application outsourcing for cloud-based server, which has always been an important aspect of bandwidth cost and quality of service.

Copyright

© 2015 Buchanagandi Enock Nyamajeje and Huiqun Yu. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.