A Bio-inspired Algorithm for Energy Optimization in a Self-organizing Data Center

@inproceedings{Barbagallo2009ABA,
  title={A Bio-inspired Algorithm for Energy Optimization in a Self-organizing Data Center},
  author={Donato Barbagallo and Elisabetta Di Nitto and Daniel J. Dubois and Raffaela Mirandola},
  booktitle={SOAR},
  year={2009}
}
The dimension of modern distributed systems is growing everyday. This phenomenon has generated several management problems due to the increase in complexity and in the needs of energy. Self-organizing architectures showed to be able to deal with this complexity by making global system features emerge without central control or the need of excessive computational power. Up to now research has been mainly focusing on identifying self-* techniques that operate during the achievement of the regular… CONTINUE READING
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