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An Efficient Distributed Dynamic Load Balancing Algorithm for Private Cloud Environment

G. Suryadevi, D. Vijayakumar, R. SabariMuthuKumar


In recent years cloud computing is one of the emerging research area that encompasses virtualization, networking, storage, software and on-demand web services. Clients, distributed servers and datacenters are the fundamental components of cloud infrastructure. The number of users in cloud computing is growing in an exponential rate at every day. Large number of user requests tries to allocate the resources for many applications which lead to high load on cloud server. To reducing the heavy load on server, the virtual machines are allocated for resources based on priority. In this paper the distributed dynamic priority based algorithm is used for balancing the load on instances effectively and to improve the system consistency, minimum response time and increase the throughput. Allocating the resources on virtual machines based on priority achieves the better response time and processing time. Load balancing ensures all instances in a node in the networks do the equal amount of work at any instant of time. Priority based resource provision to improve the utilization of resources and reducing response time of cloud services.


Cloud Computing, Resource Allocation, Priority based Scheduling, Load Balancing.

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