Energy and Green IT Resource Management Analysis and Formation in Geographically Distributed Environmental Cloud Data Centre

  • Murugan G, Gayathri.C, Latha S, Sathiya Kumar C, Sudhakar Sengan, Priya V, Pankaj Dadheech

Abstract

On-demand Cloud Computing (CC) offers users worldwide access to computing resources. It has two components; Sustainable IT is a complicated matter. The first and most complex issues are energy efficiency and the energy ratio of the IT environment. Secondly, there is the utilization of renewable. These two have to be dealt with. An application design plays a significant role in CC, while an efficient application structure may increase cloud data centres' energy efficiency and viability. However, cloud data centres consume a considerable amount of energy and leave a significant carbon footprint on an ecosystem. Data centres account for 1.98% of the global emission of CO2, just like aviation. Therefore, it is unavoidable for distributed cloud data centres to have energy and carbon-efficient technology. Cloud providers should also meet their required service quality while efficiently allocating computing resources to users. The main aim of this paper is to deal with the energy problem and the carbon-efficient management of resources in geographically distributed cloud data centres. It emphasizes VM-positioning technology, examines the highest impact of energy and carbon cost parameters, migration from VM to renewable energy, and projections for optimal use from VMs.

Keywords: Energy efficiency, Cloud Computing, Environmental Performance Evaluation, Green Computing, Data Center, Sustainable Computing.

Published
2020-05-19
How to Cite
Murugan G, Gayathri.C, Latha S, Sathiya Kumar C, Sudhakar Sengan, Priya V, Pankaj Dadheech. (2020). Energy and Green IT Resource Management Analysis and Formation in Geographically Distributed Environmental Cloud Data Centre. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(06), 4144 - 4155. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/16420