Improving Performance in Load Balancing Problem on the Grid Computing System

Load balancing is a technique to improve resources, utilizing parallelism, exploiting throughput managing and to reduce response time through proper distribution of the application. Load balancing strategies is always used for the emergence of distributed systems. Generally there are three types of phases related to load balancing, i.e. information collection, decision making, data migration. Grid computing is a replica of distributed computing that uses geographically and disperses resources. To increase performance and efficiency, the grid system needs competent load balancing algorithms for the distribution of tasks. Load balancing algorithms is of two types, static and dynamic.

Provided by: University of Fribourg Topic: Networking Date Added: Feb 2011 Format: PDF

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