DENS: Data Center Energy-Efficient Network-Aware Scheduling

In modern data centers, energy consumption accounts for a considerably large slice of operational expenses. The existing work in data center energy optimization is focusing only on job distribution between computing servers based on workload or thermal profiles. This paper underlines the role of communication fabric in data center energy consumption and presents a scheduling approach that combines energy efficiency and network awareness, named DENS. The DENS methodology balances the energy consumption of a data center, individual job performance, and traffic demands.

Provided by: Springer Science+Business Media Topic: Data Centers Date Added: Sep 2011 Format: PDF

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