A Generalized Framework for Building Scalable Load Balancing Architectures in the Cloud

Load Balancing in cloud computing is dissimilar from conventional load balancing techniques, because of the limitations in conventional load balancing techniques if the authors are deployed in the cloud; hence, they are unsuitable for the cloud environment. Since, the cloud is designed to provide scalable infrastructure, it is difficult to build a scalable architecture in order to take the advantage of scalable infrastructure, because of several issues that differentiate cloud from traditional organizational infrastructure and they can't leverage all that scalability in infrastructure if the architecture is not scalable, both have to work together.

Provided by: International Journal of Computer Science and Information Technologies Topic: Cloud Date Added: Jan 2012 Format: PDF

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