Regulate Capacity Sharing in a Federation of Hybrid Cloud Providers
Cloud computing has a solution for solving enterprise resource allocation and configuration. A cost effective way becomes very challenging and essential among the cloud providers. The plan of a project is to maximizing their profit by selling their unused capacity in the spot market. The proposed paper models the interactions among the Cloud providers as a repeated game among selfish player. Due to uncertain of future workload fluctuations, revenue can act as a participation incentive to sharing in the repeated game. In this proposed system, also investigated the problem of allocation of service security in cloud is a major challenge. One of the key issues is to avoid any unauthorized data modification and virtual machine corruption, possibly due to server compromise.