Dynamic VM Consolidation Enhancement for Designing and Evaluation of Energy Efficiency in Green Data Centers Using Regression Analysis

  title={Dynamic VM Consolidation Enhancement for Designing and Evaluation of Energy Efficiency in Green Data Centers Using Regression Analysis},
  author={A. V. Sajitha and A. C. Subhajini},
  journal={International journal of engineering and technology},
Enhancement of dynamic Virtual Machines (VM) consolidation is an efficient means to improve the energy efficiency via effective resources utilization in Cloud data centers. In this paper, we propose an algorithm, Energy Conscious Greeny Cloud Dynamic Algorithm, which considers multiple factors such as CPU, memory and bandwidth utilization of the node for empowering VM consolidation by using regression analysis model. This algorithm is the combination of several adaptive algorithms such as… 

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