Implementing Parameterized Dynamic Load Balancing Algorithm Using CPU and Memory
In today’s world, more or less, every activity belongs to internet. The increase of E-Commerce has leads many businesses to carry out the most of their day-to-day business online transaction on data. As a result of the popularity of the web, providers of web sites and storage space providers want to ensure the availability of access to information for their users and the guarantee that requests are processed as quickly as possible. If a server gets more requests than it can handle, this can be combated by using multiple hosts to provide the same service. Dynamic Load balancing is the process by which inbound internet protocol (IP) traffic can be distributed across multiple servers. Load balancing enhances the performance of the servers, leads to their optimal utilization and ensures that no single server is overloaded. By studying pros and cons of different techniques used for load balancing, we are specifically giving priority to Dynamic load balancing method rather than Static load balancing. Further we have discussed different balancing algorithms, techniques and their drawbacks. By taking advantage of Dynamic logic load balancing method, we have deployed one load balancing solution.
Pradip Wawge , Pritish Tijare