Data centres evolve constantly in size, complexity and power consumption. Energy-efficient scheduling in a cloud data centre is a critical and challenging research problem. It becomes essential to minimize the overall operational costs as well as environmental impact and to guarantee the service-level agreements for the services provided by the cloud data centres. Resource scheduling in cloud data centres is NP-hard and often requires substantial computational resources.
To overcome these problems, the authors propose a novel model that leads to nominal operational cost and energy consumption in cloud data centres. The authors propose an effective approach, parallel hybrid Jaya algorithm, that performs parallel processing of Jaya algorithm and genetic algorithm using multi-threading and shared memory for interchanging the information to enhance convergence premature rate and global exploration.
Experimental results reveal that the proposed approach reduces the power consumption in cloud data centres up to 38% and premature convergence rate up to 60% compared to other algorithms.
Experimental results reveals that our proposed approach reduces the power consumption in cloud data centres up to 38% and premature convergence rate up to 60% compared to other algorithms.
Kollu, A. and V., S. (2021), "Energy efficiency in cloud data centres using parallel hybrid Jaya algorithm", International Journal of Pervasive Computing and Communications, Vol. 17 No. 3, pp. 315-328. https://doi.org/10.1108/IJPCC-09-2020-0137
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