A NOVEL CLOUD SYSTEM STORAGE AND COMPUTING VIRTUALIZATION MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK

L.Srinivasa Rao, I.Raviprakash Reddy

Abstract


With the tremendous growth in migration to cloud computing for traditional applications, the demand for virtualization is the new need for further research and enhancements. The high demand for virtualization in cloud computing is been addressed with the technology enhancement and in terms of virtual machines. Majorly the hardware component management of virtual machine is considerably reaching the pick of research with the recent advancements by multiple companies and open source researches like AlphaVM, Hyper-V, Integrity Virtual Machines, JPC (Virtual Machine), PowerVM, Sun xVM, VMware Workstation and z LPARs. Another most important component of virtualization and virtual machine image storage is been the bottleneck for the further advancement. The limitations are been addressed by clustering and storage area networking, however these existing solutions are no match for the industrial grade demand for the VM image storage requirements.Hence in this work we propose a cloud based virtual machine storage framework designed for large scale deployment satisfying the other needs for storage features like replication and measurements of performance improvements. This work also demonstrates the advancements in performance for virtualization management

Keywords


Virtual machine,Migration,Virtualization Bottleneck,Storage Architecture, Virtualization Management Framework

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.26483/ijarcs.v8i9.5098

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