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Cloud computing has increased its popularity due to which it is been used in various sectors. Now it has come to light and is in demand because of amelioration in technology. Many applications are submitted to the data centers, and services are given as pay-per-use basis. As there is an increase in the client demands, the workload is increased, and as there are limited resources, workload is moved to different data centers in order to handle the client demands on as-you-pay basis. Hence, scheduling the increasing demand of workload in the cloud environments is highly necessary. In this paper, we propose three different task-scheduling algorithms such as Minimum-Level Priority Queue (MLPQ), MIN-Median, Mean-MIN-MAX which aims to minimize the makespan with maximum utilization of cloud. The results of our proposed algorithms are also compared with some existing algorithms such as Cloud List Scheduling (CLS) and Minimum Completion Cloud (MCC) Scheduling.
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- Task-Scheduling Algorithms in Cloud Environment
Lalit K. Vashishtha
- Springer Singapore
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