Reducing Energy Consumption and Limit Replication Overhead by Utilizing System resources on Content Delivery Networks
Author(s):
Jomma Prathap, Naga Haritha Velpula
Keywords:
Energy Consumption, Replication
Abstract
to quicken the conveyance of various substances in the Internet and to give business review execution to video conveyance and the Web, Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) were presented. Such networks support resource pooling by permitting virtual machines or physical servers to be dynamically activated and deactivated consistent with current user demand. This paper examines on-line video replication and placement problems in Content delivery networks an efficient video provisioning scheme should simultaneously utilize system resources to reduce total energy consumption and limit replication overhead. We tend to propose a scheme known as adaptive information placement that may dynamically place and reorganize video replicas among cache servers on subscribers’ arrival and departure. Both the analyses and simulation results show that adaptive information placement will reduce the number of activated cache servers with restricted replication overhead. Additionally, adaptive information placements performance is approximate to the optimal solution.
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Unique Paper ID: 144880

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 4, Issue 5

Page(s): 172 - 176
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