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Cloud Service ranking using Checkpoint based Load balancing in real time scheduling of Cloud Computing

by   Mohammad Riyaz Belgaum, et al.

Cloud computing has been gaining popularity in the recent years. Several studies are being proceeded to build cloud applications with exquisite quality based on users demands. In achieving the same, one of the applied criteria is checkpoint based load balancing in real time scheduling through which suitable cloud service is chosen from a group of cloud services candidates. Valuable information can be collected to rank the services within this checkpoint based load balancing. In order to attain ranking, different services are needed to be invoked in the cloud, which is time consuming and wastage of services invocation. To avoid the same, this chapter proposes an algorithm for predicting the ranks of different cloud services by using the values from previously offered services.


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