With the fabulous growth of population and the increasing road traffic, the demand for optimized traffic data collection
and management framework is also demanding. The collection of traffic data using various sensors and other capture devices are
been addressed in multiple researches deploying the mechanism using geodetically static sensor agents. However to avoid the
congestion, the parallel research works has proposed frameworks based on cloud based data centers. Thought, those approaches does
not propose any technique to decrease the cost and improve the service level agreements to match with the existing industry and
research demands. Thus, this paper proposes a cloud based automatized framework for VM (VM) migration to increase the Service
Level Agreement (SLA). Without negotiating the cost for storage and energy. The major attainment of this work is to minimize the
SLA violation compared to existing VM migration methods for load balancing (LB). The extensive practical demonstrations of
virtualization and migration advantages are also carried out in this work. With the extensive experimental setup the work provides the
comparative analysis of simulations for popular existing methods and the proposed framework. ?
Published In:IJCSN Journal Volume 6, Issue 5
Date of Publication : October2017
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Md. Rafeeq : is working as an Associate
Professor in Department of Computer
Science and Engineering at CMR
Technical Campus, Hyderabad. He
completed B. Tech, M. Tech in
Computer science and engineering and
Pursuing PhD (CSE) in Cloud
Computing at JNTHU Hyd. He is
having 12 years of teaching experience.
He has 15 research publications at
International/National Journals and
Dr. C. Sunil Kumar : did his B.E in
Computer Science and Engineering
from University of Madras, Vellore,
India, in 1998, M. Tech in Computer
Science and Engineering from SRM
university, Chennai, India, in 2005 and
PhD (CSE) from JNTUH in 2012.
Currently, he is Professor in IT, SNIST,
Hyderabad, India. He has 58 research publications at
International / National Journals and Conferences. Research
interests are Distributed Databases, Data warehousing and Data
Dr. N. Subhash Chandra : Professor in
CSE, CVRCE. He is actively engaged in
research work, six scholars are pursuing
their doctoral work under his
supervision. He has got more than 35-
research publications to his credit
including in prestigious international/
national journals. He has been on the
panel of Referees for many prestigious international &
national conferences. He was conferred with the prestigious
Ideal Teacher and Best Teacher awards. He has been
honored with Best paper award in the Map world forum,
Dr. Aruna Varanasi : did her M. Tech
in Computer Science and Engineering
from Andhra University,
Visakhapatnam in the year 2003, PhD
in C.S.E, JNTU Hyderabad, awarded
in the year 2014. Currently, she is
working as Professor and head in the
Department of Computer Science and Engineering (CSE),
Sreenidhi Institute of Science and Technology (SNIST),
Hyderabad, India. She was awarded “Suman Sharma” by
Institute of Engineers (India), Calcutta for securing highest
marks among women in India in AMIE course. She award as
best faculty from Accenture and SNIST. She has 35 research
publications at international/ National journals and
LB can be achieved through VM migration. However the
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performance evaluation factors. This work, demonstrates
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to 70% improvement to retain SLA compared to the other
VM migration technique. The work also elaborates on the
VM image operability most suitable for migration and
determines the best format. However the proposed
technique is independent of the VM image format and
demonstrates the same improvement.
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