Third International conference on advances in communication, network and computing

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On Demand Logical Resource Replication Scheme as a Service

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  • @INPROCEEDINGS{10.1007/978-3-642-35615-5_5,
        author={Vardhan Manu and Goel Akhil and Verma Abhinav and Mishra Shakti and Kushwaha D.S.},
        title={On Demand Logical Resource Replication Scheme as a Service},
        proceedings={Third International conference on advances in communication, network and computing},
        proceedings_a={CNC},
        year={2012},
        month={12},
        keywords={Replication Logical resource (LR) Service Private cloud IaaS},
        doi={10.1007/978-3-642-35615-5_5}
    }
    
  • Vardhan Manu
    Goel Akhil
    Verma Abhinav
    Mishra Shakti
    Kushwaha D.S.
    Year: 2012
    On Demand Logical Resource Replication Scheme as a Service
    CNC
    Springer
    DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-35615-5_5
Vardhan Manu1,*, Goel Akhil1,*, Verma Abhinav1,*, Mishra Shakti2,*, Kushwaha D.S.1,*
  • 1: MNNIT Allahabad
  • 2: Institute for Development & Research in Banking Technology
*Contact email: rcs1002@mnnit.ac.in, cs084084@mnnit.ac.in, cs084076@mnnit.ac.in, smishra@idrbt.ac.in, dsk@mnnit.ac.in

Abstract

Logical resource replication in cloud environment along with the issue of transparency and its impact on overall system performance has been rarely focused. This work proposes an On-demand Logical Resource Replication Scheme (OLRRS) for file replication. OLRRS approach provides migration, access and performance transparency to the system, thereby ensuring the migration decisions about the files. It is also responsible for replicating the file, from one peer server to the other peer server, when the total number of request, on a peer server, for transferring a file reaches the threshold value. The scheme is simulated on JAVA platform and tested on a private cloud. A comparative study of the pro- posed approach with the Request Reply Acknowledgement (RRA) and Request Reply (RR) protocol is presented, showing the significant reduction by 37.5% to 58%, in terms of total number of messages exchanged for replication.