The Dynamic Load Balancing Method On Game Theory For Distributed Systems

Lakshmi Sowjanya Sivalenka, CH Hemanandh, K.T.V Subbarao


The load balancing model is aimed at the public cloud which has several nodes with scattered computing resources in different geographic locations. When the environment is very large and difficult these divisions simplify the load balancing. The cloud has a main controller that chooses the suitable partitions for arriving jobs while the balancer for each cloud partition chooses the best load balancing strategy. Thus this model divides the public cloud into several cloud partitions. Static schemes do not use the system information and are fewer compounds while dynamic schemes will bring additional costs for the system but can change as the system status changes. The model has a main controller and balancers to gather and analyse the information.


Load balancing model, public cloud, cloud partition, game theory.


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