Harpreet Kaur Toor

Work place: Chandigarh Engineering College, Landran (Mohali)

E-mail: harpreettoor.appsci@cgc.edu.in


Research Interests: Computational Mathematics, Mathematics of Computing, Mathematics


Harpreet Kaur Toor is an Assistant professor in CEC, Landran, Mohali. She has 7 year of experience in field of teaching in mathematics. She has published various paper in International Journals and filed 2 patents in last 2 years. She has got Best Teacher Award in year 2018.

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Load Balancing Optimization Based on Deep Learning Approach in Cloud Environment

By Amanpreet Kaur Bikrampal Kaur Parminder Singh Mandeep Singh Devgan Harpreet Kaur Toor

DOI: https://doi.org/10.5815/ijitcs.2020.03.02, Pub. Date: 8 Jun. 2020

Load balancing is a significant aspect of cloud computing which is essential for identical load sharing among resources like servers, network interfaces, hard drives (storage) and virtual machines (VMs) hosted on physical servers. In cloud computing, Deep  Learning (DL) techniques can be used to achieve QoS such as improve resource utilization and throughput; while reduce latency, response time and cost, balancing load across machines, thus, increasing the system reliability. DL results in effective and accurate decision making of intelligent resource allocation to the incoming requests, thereby, choosing the most suitable resource to complete them.  However, in previous researches on load balancing, there is limited application of DL approaches. In this paper, the significance of DL approaches have been analysed in the area of cloud computing.  A Framework for Workflow execution in cloud environment has been proposed and implemented, namely, Deep Learning- based Deadline-constrained, Dynamic VM Provisioning and Load Balancing (DLD-PLB). Optimal schedule for VMs has been generated using Deep Learning based technique. The Genome workflow tasks have been taken as input to the suggested framework. The results for makespan and cost has been computed for the proposed framework and has been compared with our earlier proposed framework for load balancing optimization - Hybrid approach based Deadline-constrained, Dynamic VM Provisioning and Load Balancing (HDD-PLB)” framework for Workflow execution. The earlier proposed approaches for load balancing were based on hybrid Predict-Earliest-Finish Time (PEFT) with ACO for underutilized VM optimization and hybrid PEFT-Bat approach for optimize the utilization of overflow VMs.

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