Combined Resource Provisioning and Scheduling Strategy for execution of scientific workflows on Cloud Level of IaaS
Chetana Pradip Shravage, Dr. S.T. Singh, , ,
Cloud computing is that the latest distributed computing model and it offers big opportunities to resolve large-scale scientific
issues. However, it presents varied challenges that require to be addressed so as to be with efficiency utilized for progress applications.
Although the advancement programing downside has been wide studied, there area unit only a few initiatives tailored for cloud
environments. Furthermore, the present works fail to either meet the userâ€™s quality of service (QOS) needs or to include some basic
principles of cloud computing like the physical property and no uniformity of the computing resources. This paper proposes a resource
provisioning and programing strategy for scientific workflows on Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) clouds. we tend to gift associate
algorithm supported the meta-heuristic improvement technique, particle swarm improvement (PSO), that aims to reduce the general
workflow execution value whereas meeting point in time constraints. Our heuristic is evaluated victimization CloudSim and numerous wellknown scientific workflows of various sizes. The results show that our approach performs higher than the present progressive algorithms.
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