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International Journal of Advances in Computer Science and Its Applications

Performance Analysis of Cloud Computing Environment and Comparision with IaaS model using CloudAnalyst



Cloud computing is an advance technology which provides its resources, application and system software as a service to the end user following the pay as you go model. It can provide fly based quality of service using its infrastructure as a service. It is very difficult to the researcher and industry user to identify the performance of Internet based application using real cloud platform. So we use the tool to identify the performance of application so that we can easily deploy it on real cloud with minimum cost. We know that in cloud based application cost is associated with two parameter virtual machine and data transfer corresponding to the user base. Simulation tool is based on cloudsim preexisting tool kit which is the preference of every researcher to test the performance of cloud configuration. Data center is the main resource of the cloud which holds the computing and storage server with number of host machine. To run the applications on cloud we follow hear the task model i.e. we run the cloudlet gridlet(cloud task which include the user request user program etc.). For tool based simulation we inherit the implementation policy (Time shared and Space Shared) and provisioning technique at each level of resources in cloud environment. Over the cloud resource we use no of host with processing power measured in (MIPS) to run the application. i.e. faster the processing means greater the MIPS value of host at data center. Tool based simulation enables seamless modeling, simulation and experimentation of emerging cloud computing infrastructures and management service, Hence tool based simulation of cloud computing environment may help the users to access and deploy applications from anywhere in the world on demand at competitive cost depending on the users quality of service requirement.

No fo Author(s) : 3
Page(s) : 152 – 156
Electronic ISSN : 2250 - 3765
Volume 2 : Issue 3
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