Radhika Garg

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Organizations envisioning adopting cloud computing have to consider numerous factors, including technical, organizational, economical and relational ones. Legal and regulative constraints increase the complexity and can vary with different deployment models and service levels. Nowadays a growing number of powerful devices are joining the Internet. Data(More)
Timetable scheduling is a highly constrained combinatorial NP-hard problem as has been described in the literature. A lot of constraints need to be accommodated for development of an efficient algorithm. This paper presents a hybrid approach to time table scheduling problem using bacterial foraging and genetic algorithm techniques. In the proposed(More)
An impact analysis of adopting any new technology for fulfilling IT requirements of an organization is a very crucial task. It enables the identification of effects such a technology change will have on the organization from the technical, economical, and organization perspective. In the context of cloud-based solutions these facets are typically more(More)
Technical advancements in virtualization and Service-oriented Architectures, the technology backbone of Cloud Computing (CC), along with the availability of high speed Internet has escalated the performance of CC in terms of elasticity, throughput, agility, or response time. However, according to the Gartner's Hype cycle of 2014, CC is at the "Trough of(More)
The rapid increase of the Internet connectivity and the data publishing activity, like usergenerated content, has lead Internet Service Providers (ISPs) to establish more efficient mechanisms for content delivery, such as caching. Mechanisms such as content-aware-networks and in-network caching reduce network load, server load, and user response time, thus,(More)