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Item added to your basket View basket. Order Total 1 Item Items: Shipping Destination: Proceed to Basket. View basket. Continue shopping. Results 1 - 7 of 7. Search Within These Results: The linear programming model does not take the uncertainty of resource allocation parameters into account. If some Deterministic Formulation: parameters e. This model is performed in two-stages. In the first stage, a decision is made on the number of application instances to be offered i.
In the second stage, the exact values of the 15 random parameters are found. The first part is the revenue 19 generated from offering of instances.
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In this, decision is to be made without knowing the exact amount of available resources. The second part is an expectation over random 20 variables. The second part accounts for the cost i. The constraints in 16 , 17 , 18 , 19 and 20 are similar to those in 10 , 11 , 12 , 13 and 14 respectively. The model considers the resource requirement uncertainty of application The constraint in 10 ensures that the required bandwidth for instances i.
Let Rbwp and Rcpp denote the nominal values of the the number of supported instances does not exceed the bandwidth and server requirements. The constraint in 11 ensures that the required number of servers for the supported application instances does not exceed the number of available servers in 21 the resource pool.
It contains the two applications and their bandwidth revenue. The required bandwidth of two applications is 1 mbps and 2 mbps respectively and servers are 2 and1 respectively. Linear programming The service provider A provides the services of application 1 22 to the end user.
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The service provider gets the revenue per application of 50 from the end user. Table 1: Bandwidth and servers of providers Name bandwidth servers 23 A 10 mbps 5 B 5 mbps 8 The constraints in 22 and 23 ensure that the total amount of required bandwidth and the total number of required C 15 mbps 6 servers are less than or equal to the available bandwidth and servers in the resource pool respectively.
Table 2: Required bandwidth and servers for Applications Name bandwidth servers App1 1 mbps 2 App2 2 mbps 1 24 Table 3: Revenue generated by using linear programming. The constraints in 28 and 29 ensure that the decision variables are nonnegative numbers.
The experimentation is carried out using the resources provided in Table 1. It contains the available bandwidth and servers at base station and data center.
The three service providers are A, B and C and their bandwidth are 10, 5 and 15 and the available servers are 5,8 and 6 respectively. Maximum supported Bandwidth, RS — Required no. It is observed that the supported application 6 8 2 1 10 3 instances get increased up to 10 and after that there is no 7 8 2 1 10 3 improvement, because of insufficient bandwidth and 8 8 2 1 10 4 application instances at cloud.
It is observed that when the total number of servers gets increased, the revenue of the coalition gets increased.
The revenue becomes constant after it reaches the threshold, because of insufficient resources at coalition. Figure 3: Increase in revenue with total servers From Table 4, it is observed that when the number of application instances gets increased to 15 and total bandwidth to 20, the revenue gets increased up to and after that it remains constant because of insufficient application instance. Table 5 shows the increase in the revenue and supported instances with respect to bandwidth.
It shows information related to the service provider 2, the available resources and required resources of applications 2 and the supported instances and revenue generated Figure 4 shows the increase in the revenue of the coalition with respect to bandwidth available at coalition.
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It is observed that when the bandwidth gets increased, the revenue of the coalition gets increased. The revenue becomes constant after it reaches the threshold, because of insufficient resources at Figure 4: Revenue increase with respect to bandwidth coalition Table 4: Increase in revenue with respect to bandwidth Stochastic programming TB — Total Bandwidth, TS — Total no. Bandwidth, RS — Required no.
Revenue generated per application is 50 for 20 20 1 2 15 10 supported application and penalty cost for unsupported instance is Total revenue is given by the difference between the revenue of the supported instances and penalty 20 30 1 2 15 15 cost for unsupported application instances. In this figure when the Bandwidth, RS — Required no.
If the parameters are range of parameters then 10 10 1 2 10 5 5 -5 the robust method is used.
The required resources are 10 12 1 2 10 6 4 96 uncertainty and values are range of values. The bandwidth 10 15 1 2 10 7 3 required and servers required get changed. It is observed that linear programming gives more 10 26 1 2 10 10 0 revenue compared to other two models.
When the required bandwidth and servers are changed the revenue gets changed. It is the worst case to generate revenue by using robust optimization method. Birge and F. Louveaux, Introduction to Stochastic Programming. Springer-Verlag, New York, Recently, mobile cloud computing has a more response. The ultimate goal of MCC is to provide wealthy mobile computing through faultless communication between front-users cloud-mobile users and end-users cloud providers.
In this paper allocating the resource allocation is the how much resource is allocated to the required application instances.
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In this resources allocation is done by using three optimization techniques in three different situation, if the parameter are deterministic linear programming is used, parameters are random stochastic model is used and robust model is used when there is a range of parameters. Hoang T. Yang, H. Wang, J. Wang, C. Tan and D. Yu1, Provable data possession of resource constrained mobile devices in cloud computing, Journal of Networks 6 7 pp. Hsueh, J.
Lin and M. Lin, Secure cloud storage for conventional data archive of smart phones, In Proc.You searched for: We will look at some tools to migrate to the cloud and some methodology for making a move. Cloud computing is not a small, undeveloped branch of IT.
Different optimization techniques are used in different Email is perhaps the example of mobile computing that most situations for optimizing the resources. BookVistas New Delhi, India.