Virtual Network Architecture For Cloud Computing

3253 Words Aug 16th, 2015 14 Pages
Sangeeta Wankhade, Dipti Patil
Information Technology, Mumbai University
Pillai Institute Of Information Technology
Mumbai, India sangeeta.wankhade@vpt.edu.in, dpatil@mes.ac.in

Green Virtual Networks for Cloud Computing

Abstract— Information and communication technology (ICT) profoundly impact on environment because of its large amount of CO2 emissions. In the past years, the research field of "green" and low power consumption is of great importance for both service/network providers and equipment manufacturers. An emerging technology called cloud computing can increase the utilization and efficiency of hardware equipment. It can potentially reduce the global CO2 emission. In this paper, we propose a virtual network architecture for cloud computing. In this paper Modified best fit decreasing algorithm (MBFD) is discuss for reduce the energy consumption . This paper presents a methodology for power and energy reduction in general purpose microprocessors, which is known as dynamic voltage frequency scaling (DVFS). The DVFS technique can be considered as an effective mechanism for reducing processor power and energy. In the last decade a lot of works have been done during the hardware and software implementation. In this paper a proposed control loop of DVFS technique has been introduced. The objective is to build a "green" virtual network in cloud computing. Keywords— Cloud computing, Virtualization, DVFS, PABFD

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