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Prepartition: Load Balancing Approach for Virtual Machine Reservations in a Cloud Data Center

@article{Tian2021PrepartitionLB,
  title={Prepartition: Load Balancing Approach for Virtual Machine Reservations in a Cloud Data Center},
  author={Wenhong Tian and Minxian Xu and Guangyao Zhou and Kui Wu and Chengzhong Xu and Rajkumar Buyya},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2110.09913}
}
  • Wenhong Tian, Minxian Xu, +3 authors R. Buyya
  • Published 19 October 2021
  • Computer Science
  • ArXiv
Load balancing is vital for the efficient and long-term operation of cloud data centers. With virtualization, post (reactive) migration of virtual machines after allocation is the traditional way for load balancing and consolidation. However, reactive migration is not easy to obtain predefined load balance objectives and may interrupt services and bring instability. Therefore, we provide a new approach, called Prepartition, for load balancing. It partitions a VM request into a few sub-requests… 

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