Trust based Improved Scheduling Algorithm in Cloud Computing

A.V.H. Sai Prasad and G.V.S. Rajkumar

Cloud computing is one of the newer technologies that is getting popular in recent times owing to the great features it can offer. For the purpose of this technology, software, hardware and platform have all be given as a service. All these services are charged for from the users on the basis of pay-per-use. A cloud computing service provider has services that are based on the needs of the users. The primary issue requiring some special attention has been cloud security. In the case of a cloud service delivery, trust has become a critical component requiring due consideration. An ideal trust management is useful in helping the user of a cloud service to select the service provider depending on their needs and also based on trustworthiness. One more important issue found in cloud computing was user scheduling requests which only mean how resources may be allocated to the requests so as to ensure that the tasks requested may be completed within a minimum time regarding time defined by the user. In this work, a partition of a Min-Min scheduling algorithm along with a trust enhanced Max-Min scheduling had been proposed for efficient scheduling and better resource utilization. The results of the experiments proved that the Max-Min which was trust enhanced had achieved a better performance than the partition Min-Min, the enhanced Max-Min, and trust partition Min-Min.

Volume 11 | 10-Special Issue

Pages: 1279-1289

DOI: 10.5373/JARDCS/V11SP10/20192973