Round Robin Scheduling - A noval approach towards load balancing on Datacenters in cloud

gurpreet Kaur


Cloud computing is a term used to describe both a platform and type of application. A cloud computing platform dynamically provisions, configures, reconfigures, and deprovisions servers as needed. As Cloud Service Provider take care of a number of clients each day, they can become overwhelmed and may even come up against technical outages. This can lead to your business processes being temporarily suspended. Additionally, if your internet connection is offline, you will not be able to access any of your applications, server or data from the cloud. In this paper we have implemented the work in cloud analyst by taking 50 users and 5 data centers at different locations and calculated the average response time and load balancingusing rapid scheduling technique.

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