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Task Scheduling Algorithm Based on Reliability Perception in Cloud Computing

[ Vol. 14 , Issue. 1 ]

Author(s):

Kuang Yuejuan, Luo Zhuojun* and Ouyang Weihao   Pages 52 - 58 ( 7 )

Abstract:


Background: In order to obtain reliable cloud resources, reduce the impact of resource node faults in cloud computing environment and reduce the fault time perceived by the application layer, a task scheduling model based on reliability perception is proposed.

Methods: The model combines the two-parameter weibull distribution and analyzes various interaction relations between parallel tasks to describe the local characteristics of the failure rules of resource nodes and communication links in different periods. The model is added into the particle swarm optimization (PSO) algorithm, and an adaptive inertial weighted PSO resource scheduling algorithm based on reliability perception is obtained.

Results: Simulation results show that when A increases to 0.3, the average scheduling length of the task increases rapidly. When it is 0.4-0.6, the growth rate is relatively slow. When greater than 0.8, the average scheduling length increases sharply, it can be seen that the r-PSO algorithm proposed in this paper can accurately estimate the relevant parameters of cloud resource failure rule, and the generated resource scheduling scheme has better fitness, and the optimization effect is more significant with the increase in the number of tasks.

Conclusion: With only a small amount of time added, the reliability of cloud services is greatly improved.

Keywords:

Cloud computing, reliability perception, task scheduling, optimization objectives, allocation strategy, energy consumption.

Affiliation:

Department of New Media Technology, Hunan Mass Media Vocational and Technical College, Hunan, Department of New Media Technology, Hunan Mass Media Vocational and Technical College, Hunan, Department of New Media Technology, Hunan Mass Media Vocational and Technical College, Hunan

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