Server Operational Cost Optimization for Cloud Computing Service Providers Over a Time Horizon

Service providers are migrating to on-demand cloud computing services to unburden the task of managing infrastructure, while cloud computing providers expand the number of servers in their data centers because of the increase in load. With this growing need, their energy consumption increases significantly. Conserving energy and reducing the operational cost while satisfying the Service Level Agreement (SLA) becomes important in order to reduce both carbon emissions and the budget for cloud computing providers. On the other hand, the aggregated demands for different services are dynamic over a time horizon.

Provided by: University of Missouri Topic: Cloud Date Added: Feb 2011 Format: PDF

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