An Energy-aware Scheduling Algorithm in DVFS-enabled Networked Data Centers

  title={An Energy-aware Scheduling Algorithm in DVFS-enabled Networked Data Centers},
  author={Mohammad Shojafar and Claudia Canali and Riccardo Lancellotti and Saeid Abolfazli},
In this paper, we propose an adaptive online energy-aware scheduling algorithm by exploiting the reconfiguration capability of a Virtualized Networked Data Centers (VNetDCs) processing large amount of data in parallel. To achieve energy efficiency in such intensive computing scenarios, a joint balanced provisioning and scaling of the networking-plus-computing resources is required. We propose a scheduler that manages both the incoming workload and the VNetDC infrastructure to minimize the… CONTINUE READING


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