A comprehensive review of energy efficiency in cloud computing environment

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  • Abstract

    High energy consumption in the cloud has become a huge problem in the data center. Energy represents direct significant cost in the operation of the data center. In Information Technology, infrastructure, Internet applications are in more demand. Cloud computing provides IT resources in the form of infrastructure, platform and application by providing services through the Internet Technology. This leads to more energy being consumed as cloud is used to provide IT services from the IT resources to the IT industry and to the Organizations. To analyze power consumed in the data center, applications are deployed in cloud and tested using different workload conditions. Virtualization depicts more energy utilization in the cloud data center. In this paper discussed about the comparison of cloud and cloud computing, cloud type providers, component performance through secured shell. Identified the various levels of energy consumptions in the cloud. the different techniques which is used to reduce the power consumption in the server and workload consolidation using various parameters are considered.



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    Energy Efficiency; KVM; Power; SSH.

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Article ID: 18805
DOI: 10.14419/ijet.v7i3.29.18805

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