Lightning: self-adaptive, energy-conserving, multi-zoned, commodity green cloud storage system

@inproceedings{Kaushik2010LightningSE,
  title={Lightning: self-adaptive, energy-conserving, multi-zoned, commodity green cloud storage system},
  author={Rini T. Kaushik and Ludmila Cherkasova and Roy H. Campbell and Klara Nahrstedt},
  booktitle={HPDC},
  year={2010}
}
The objective of this research is to present an energy-conserving, self-adaptive Commodity Green Cloud Storage, called Lightning. Lightning's File System dynamically configures the servers in the Cloud Storage into logical Hot and Cold Zones. Lightning uses data-classification driven data placement to realize guaranteed, substantially long, periods (several days) of idleness in a significant subset of servers designated as the Cold Zone, in the commodity datacenter backing the Cloud Storage… CONTINUE READING
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