Saturday, September 20, 2014

MASCOTS 2014 - Concurrent and Distributed CloudSim Simulations

IEEE 22nd International Symposium on Modeling, Analysis and Simulation of Computer and Telecommunication Systems (MASCOTS 2014) was held at Université Paris Descartes in Paris, France, from 9th - 11th, September 2014. I presented my paper, which was a work-in-progress paper based on my master thesis, " Cloud2Sim - An Elastic Middleware Platform for Concurrent and Distributed Cloud and MapReduce Simulations"

The paper is titled, "Concurrent and Distributed CloudSim Simulations". My presentation slides are given below.

Concurrent and Distributed CloudSim Simulations from Kathiravelu Pradeeban

Given below is the abstract of the paper:
Cloud Computing researches involve a tremendous amount of entities such as users, applications, and virtual machines. Due to the limited access and often variable availability of such resources, researchers have their prototypes tested against the simulation environments, opposed to the real cloud environments. Existing cloud simulation environments such as CloudSim and EmuSim are executed sequentially, where a more advanced cloud simulation tool could be created extending them, leveraging the latest technologies as well as the availability of multi-core computers and the clusters in the research laboratories. This research seeks to develop Cloud2Sim, a concurrent and distributed cloud simulator, extending CloudSim while exploiting the features provided by Hazelcast, Infinispan and Hibernate Search to distribute the storage and execution of the simulation. 

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