In-depth analysis of dynamic degree load balancing technique in public cloud for heterogeneous cloudlets

Aparna Shashikant Joshi, Shyamala Devi Munisamy


Load balancing is one of the challenges of the distributed computing worldview. With the enormous development in clients and their interest for different administrations on the distributed computing stage, compelling or productive asset usage in the cloud climate has turned into an urgent concern. Load balancing is critical to keeping cloud computing running smoothly. This study examines the research using four scheduling algorithms: dynamic degree balance CPU based (D2B_CPU), dynamic degree balanced membership based (D2B_Membership), dynamic degree memory balanced allocation (D2MBA) and hybrid dynamic degree balance (HDDB) algorithm. Central processing unit (CPU) utilisation, bandwidth utilisation, and memory utilisation are used as performance measures to verify the performance of these algorithms. The CloudSim simulation programme was used to simulate these algorithms. The primary goal of this work is to aid in the future construction of new algorithms by researching the behaviour of various existing algorithms.


Bandwidth utilization; Cloud computing; CloudSim; CPU utilization; Load balancing; Memory utilization; Task allocation;

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The Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (IJEECS)
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