A Novel Scheme For Profit Minimization And Resource Distribution To Clients In Cloud

Mounika .S, R.V.S. Lalitha


A DSR (double resource renting) system is planned primarily in which short-term leasing and long-term leasing are combined aiming at the present problems. This double leasing system can successfully guarantee the value of facility of all need sand reduce the resource waste importantly. Secondly, a service system is considered as an queuing model and the enactment indicators that affect the profit of our double leasing scheme are analyzed, e.g., the average charge, the ratio of requests that need temporary servers, and so forth. Thirdly, a profit maximization issue is framed for the double leasing system and the optimized configuration of a cloud platform is obtained by resolving the profit maximization issue, a series of calculations are showed to compare the profit of our planned scheme with that of the single leasing system.


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