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Load Balancing with preemptive and non-preemptive task scheduling in Cloud Computing

04/16/2019
by   Mohammad Riyaz Belgaum, et al.
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In Cloud computing environment the resources are managed dynamically based on the need and demand for resources for a particular task. With a lot of challenges to be addressed our concern is Load balancing where load balancing is done for optimal usage of resources and reduces the cost associated with it as we use pay-as-you-go policy. The task scheduling is done by the cloud service provider using preemption and non-preemption based on the requirements in a virtualized scenario which has been focused here. In this paper, various task scheduling algorithms are studied to present the dynamic allocation of resources under each category and the ways each of this scheduling algorithm adapts to handle the load and have high-performance computing

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