|Title||Adaptive workload distribution for local and remote Clouds|
|Publication Type||Conference Proceedings|
|Year of Conference||2016|
|Authors||Wang L, Brun O, Gelenbe E|
|Conference Name||IEEE International Conference on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics (SMC)|
|Conference Location||Budapest, Hungary|
|Keywords||Adaptive Networked Systems, Cloud computing, Global Internet, Performance Management, Quality of service, Smart Intercontinental Networks, World-Wide Experiments|
Cloud systems include both locally based servers at user premises and remote servers and multiple Clouds that can be reached over the Internet. This paper describes a smart distributed system that combines local and remote Cloud facilities. It operates with a task allocation system that takes decisions to allocate tasks dynamically to the service that offers the best overall Quality of Service and a routing overlay which optimizes network delay for data transfer between clouds. Internet-scale experiments exhibit the effectiveness of our approach in adaptively distributing workload across multiple clouds.