Green Cloud Framework for Improving Carbon Efficiency of Clouds

  title={Green Cloud Framework for Improving Carbon Efficiency of Clouds},
  author={Saurabh Kumar Garg and Chee Shin Yeo and Rajkumar Buyya},
The energy efficiency of ICT has become a major issue with the growing demand of Cloud Computing. More and more companies are investing in building large datacenters to host Cloud services. These datacenters not only consume huge amount of energy but are also very complex in the infrastructure itself. Many studies have been proposed to make these datacenter energy efficient using technologies such as virtualization and consolidation. Still, these solutions are mostly cost driven and thus, do… CONTINUE READING
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