An efficient resource utilization technique for scheduling scientific workload in cloud computing environment

Nagendra Prasad Sodinapalli, Subhash Kulkarni, Nawaz Ahmed Sharief, Prasanth Venkatareddy


Recently, number of data intensive workflow have been generated with growth of internet of things (IoT’s) technologies. Heterogeneous cloud framework has been emphasized by existing methodologies for executing these data-intensive workflows. Efficient resource scheduling plays a very important role provisioning workload execution on Heterogeneous cloud framework. Building tradeoff model in meeting energy constraint and workload task deadline requirement is challenging. Recently, number of multi-objective-based workload scheduling aimed at minimizing power budget and meeting task deadline constraint. However, these models induce significant overhead when demand and number of processing core increases. For addressing research problem here, the workload is modelled by considering each sub-task require dynamic memory, cache, accessible slots, execution time, and I/O access requirement. Thus, for utilizing resource more efficiently better cache resource management is needed. Here efficient resource utilization (ERU) model is presented. The ERU model is designed to utilize cache resource more efficiently and reduce last level cache failure and meeting workload task deadline prerequisite. The ERU model is very efficient when compared with standard resource management methodology in terms of reducing execution time, power consumption, and energy consumption for execution scientific workloads on heterogeneous cloud platform.


Data-intensive applications; Energy aware scheduling; Heterogeneous cloud framework; Multi-objective optimization; Problem quality of service

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