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Published in:   Vol. 7 Issue 1 Date of Publication:   June 2018

Efficient Static Load Balancing Algorithm in Cloud Computing

Senorita Sundarrajan,Sherina Sundarrajan , Varshini. M

Page(s):   29-33 ISSN:   2278-2397
DOI:   10.20894/IJCNES. Publisher:   Integrated Intelligent Research (IIR)

Cloud Computing is one of the emerging necessities in the IT world and has shown immense growth over the years. The applications can be run remotely using other people�s servers. This is done with a simple user interface or an application format. In general, Cloud is simply the Internet, which in turn is a network of remote servers. �Payment only for what you are using� is the bottom line for computing in cloud environment. The Cloud is a pool of heterogeneous resources. The storage dealt with cloud computing has opened the gates to Load Balancing. The prime motive of this paper is to make efficient use of the existing static load balancing algorithms. This is implemented by the addition of Max-Min Algorithm and Weighted Round Robin Algorithm, the efficient and the successful division of the workload, thereby multiplying the scalability and the performance of computing, subtracting the response time.