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A Joint Resource Allocation, Security with Efficient Task Scheduling in Cloud Computing Using Hybrid Machine Learning Techniques

Prasanta Kumar Bal, Sudhir Kumar Mohapatra, Tapan Kumar Das, , Yuh-Chung Hu
Published in Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
Volume: 22
Issue: 3
Pages: 1 - 18

The rapid growth of cloud computing environment with many clients ranging from personal users to big corporate or business houses has become a challenge for cloud organizations to handle the massive volume of data and various resources in the cloud. Inefficient management of resources can degrade the performance of cloud computing. Therefore, resources must be evenly allocated to different stakeholders without compromising the organization’s profit as well as users’ satisfaction. A customer’s request cannot be withheld indefinitely just because the fundamental resources are not free on the board. In this paper, a combined resource allocation security with efficient task scheduling in cloud computing using a hybrid machine learning (RATS-HM) technique is proposed to overcome those problems. The proposed RATS-HM techniques are given as follows: First, an improved cat swarm optimization algorithm-based short scheduler for task scheduling (ICS-TS) minimizes the make-span time and maximizes throughput. Second, a group optimization-based deep neural network (GO-DNN) for efficient resource allocation using different design constraints includes bandwidth and resource load. Third, a lightweight authentication scheme, i.e., NSUPREME is proposed for data encryption to provide security to data storage. Finally, the proposed RATS-HM technique is simulated with a different simulation setup, and the results are compared with state-of-art techniques to prove the effectiveness. The results regarding resource utilization, energy consumption, response time, etc., show that the proposed technique is superior to the existing one.

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PublisherMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
Open AccessYes