Decentralized Predictive Secure VS Placement in Cloud Environment
- 1 Department of Computer Science and Engineering, India
- 2 Koneru Lakshmaiah Education Foundation, India
Copyright: © 2020 Suresh Baliram Rathod and Vuyyuru Krishna Reddy. 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.
Hosts in distributed cloud environment configured with Local Resource Monitors (LRM) that runs autonomously, monitors underlying host’s resource usage and balances underlying host’s resource usage by migrating Virtual Machine (VM) to other hosts. LRM takes decision for VM migration at fixed interval considering own current CPU usage and the other hosts CPU usage. The peer hosts unawares about the decision taken by the other hosts LRM about VS migration. As a result of this, there are chances that the same host selection from multiple hosts during the VS placement. This results into destination host to over utilized or the LRM at destination host initiates the VS migration. Several approaches have been proposed for decentralized VS placement that includes two threshold based VS placement, hypercube based VM placement, Ant Colony based VS placement. These approaches does not considers future behavior of the destination hosts after VS placement. This paper discusses the decentralized peer to peer Virtual Server Placement Approach (DPPVP) that considers host’s current as well future CPU utilization for VS placement. The results shows that the proposed system avoids the over utilization of the destination host and host identification by the multiple hosts during VS placement.
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- Cloud Computing (CC)
- Virtual Server (VS)
- Host Controller (HC)
- Controller Host (CH)
- Data Center (DC)