International Academic Journal of Science and Engineering

  • ISSN 2454-3896

Evaluation of performance in Cloud Computing with Queue Theory

Saeed TalatianAzad and Mohammad Malekzadeh

Abstract: With information technology progression there is the need to perform computing tasks everywhere and all the time. It is also required that people be able to do their heavy computing tasks without having expensive hardware and software to perform the service. Cloud computing was the last answer of technology to these needs. Cloud computing is a model to provide easy access based on user demands to changeable and configured computing resources through the network (e.g., networks, servers, storage, applications and services) that the access could be provided or be released quickly with minimal need to manage resources or the need for the service provider’s direct intervention. Cloud computing can be known as a new context to provide computing infrastructure, with the goal to transfer computational infrastructure to a network So that hardware resources and software maintenance costs reduced. Cloud computing systems are capable of providing access to a large pool of resources. Resources which are provided in cloud computing systems, a large size of services are hidden from the user by visualization. In this paper, we investigate the cloud service data center in form of row system with a buffer and an input buffer task which is virtually unlimited capacity

Keywords: Networking, cloud computing, performance analysis, response time, queue theory, Markov Chains

Page: 109-120

Volume 2, Issue 2, 2015