Cache optimization cloud scheduling (COCS) algorithm based on last level caches

K. Vinod Kumar, Ranvijay Ranvijay


Recently, the utilization of cloud services like storage, various software, networking resources has extremely enhanced due to widespread demand of these cloud services all over the world. On the other hand, it requires huge amount of storage and resource management to accurately cope up with ever-increasing demand. The high demand of these cloud services can lead to high amount of energy consumption in these cloud centers. Therefore, to eliminate these drawbacks and improve energy consumption and storage enhancement in real time for cloud computing devices, we have presented Cache Optimization Cloud Scheduling (COCS) Algorithm Based on Last Level Caches to ensure high cache memory Optimization and to enhance the processing speed of I/O subsystem in a cloud computing environment which rely upon Dynamic Voltage and Frequency Scaling (DVFS). The proposed COCS technique helps to reduce last level cache failures and the latencies of average memory in cloud computing multi-processor devices. This proposed COCS technique provides an efficient mathematical modelling to minimize energy consumption. We have tested our experiment on Cybershake scientific dataset and the experimental results are compared with different conventional techniques in terms of time taken to accomplish task, power consumed in the VMs and average power required to handle tasks.

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