Hybrid Evolutionary Algorithm based Task Scheduling Mechanism for Resource Allocation in Cloud Environment


  • M. Bala Krishna




Distributed computing, grid computing, and virtualization have all resulted in the growth of cloud computing.. The existing research work, introduced a strategic theory (ST) based Improved Elephant Herd Optimization (IEHO) for feasible allotment procedure where the result function confess a straight payment system to meet the users requirements. However total users is huge in cloud computing, total tasks and total data are as well vast. Because the cost of every work on cloud services varies, client task scheduling in the cloud is not like conventional scheduling approaches. In a cloud computing system, it's critical to figure out how to effectively schedule work. As a results, the research proposes an unique Task Scheduling Mechanism (TSM) was proposed, which may suit users' needs while also improving resource usage and so improving the overall performance of the cloud cloud computing. The goal of this project is to plan task groups in a cloud computing platform with varying resource costs and computational performance. The suggested cloud scheduling solution uses an enhanced cost-based scheduling scheme to efficiently map workloads to existing cloud services. The scheduling technique, that is founded on Hybrid Evolutionary (HE)algorithms, increases the computation/communication proportion by combining user jobs as per a cloud resource's processing capacity and sending the aggregated activities to the resource. The simulation experiments show that the proposed Hybrid Evolutionary based Task Scheduling Mechanism (HE-TSM) is efficiently schedule the tasks along with both costs and performance in the cloud computing environment.