Energy Management in Cloud Through Green Cloud Technologies
Keywords:Cloud computing, Green Cloud Technologies, Virtualization
To address the issue of storage and processing of large-scale data, Cloud Computing has gained swift progression in the field of technology. Though offering solutions to many problems, cloud computing is still in the early stage of research and implementa-tion. It suffers from many challenges namely security, standardization and energy con-sumption. In this paper, we focus on the issue of energy consumption through cloud computing and the technology known as Green Cloud Computing to tackle the said issue. Green Cloud Computing plans to lessen the immense energy utilization, the re-quirement of physical equipment, destructive fossil fuel byproducts and so on. To shield our current circumstances from cloud technology’s adverse consequences, the cloud framework should be updated toward green registering. Green cloud computing broad-ly centers around the planning of effective clouds with green qualities like efficient en-ergy management, virtualization, load balancing, green servers, reusability, grid com-puting and recyclability.
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