Multi-agent based system for dynamic resource provisioning in cloud platforms.

  • Mr. Ambrish Gangal , Mr. Sanchit Mehrotra, Mr. Aayush Mishra

Abstract

The cloud computing is a model where the user has the convenience of on request access to shared pool of assets. Such as server, application, storehouse etc. Cloud computing is an abstract model where the user sees only the services and it didn’t have to do anything with the underlined technology used. It is a pay as you go model. The main issue which we handle during the research work is while improving resource provisioning by way of decrementing the completion time which eventually decreases customer’s cost.

In the dynamic resource provisioning model (DRPM) framework [1], a multi-agent framework deals with the cloud supplier's assets while considering the clients' nature of administration necessities as dictated by the administration level understanding (SLA). Also, DRPM incorporates another virtual machine determination calculation called the host issue location calculation. The proposed dynamic resource provisioning framework is assessed utilizing the CloudSim instrument. The outcomes show that utilizing the DRP framework expands asset usage and diminishes power utilization while maintaining a strategic distance from SLA infringement.

Published
2020-06-01
How to Cite
Mr. Ambrish Gangal , Mr. Sanchit Mehrotra, Mr. Aayush Mishra. (2020). Multi-agent based system for dynamic resource provisioning in cloud platforms. International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology, 29(06), 7618-7627. Retrieved from https://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/25117