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Dynamic hierarchical load balancing model for cloud data centre networks

Dynamic hierarchical load balancing model for cloud data centre networks

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Today's data centres need efficient traffic management to improve resource utilisation in their networks. It helps to solve the load imbalance problem of each processor. This Letter presents a ‘dynamic hierarchical load balancing’ approach for higher traffic scalability. The method selects the most favourable host satisfying the multi-dimensional resource constraints in terms of computing capability and its performance. The proposed method achieves significant traffic scalability improvement upto 66% over sequential and random virtual machine placement heuristics.

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