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Resource allocation on periotity based schuduling and improve the security using DSSHA-256

K.Prathap Kumar ,
K.Prathap Kumar

Research Scholar, Vistas , Chennai-48 India

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K. Rohini ,
K. Rohini

Professor, Department of Computer Application, Vistas, Chennai-48,India

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Cloud computing has gained popularity with advancements in virtualization technology and the deployment of 5G. However, scheduling workload in a heterogeneous multi-cloud environment is a complicated process. Users of cloud services want to ensure that their data is secure and private, especially sensitive or proprietary information. Several research works have been proposed to solve the challenges associated with cloud computing. The proposed Adaptive Priority based scheduling (PBS) focuses on reducing data access completion time and computation expense for task scheduling in cloud computing. PBS assigns tasks depending on its size and selects the minimum cost path for data access. It contains a task register, scheduler, and task execution components for efficient task execution. The proposed system also executes a double signature mechanism for data privacy and security in data storage. This study correlates the perfo}rmance of three algorithms, PBS, (Task Requirement Degree) TRD and (recommended a Risk adaptive Access Control) RADAC, in terms of task execution time and makespan time. The experimental results demonstrate that PBS outperforms TRD and RADAC in both metrics, as the number of tasks increases. PBS has a minimum task execution time and a lower makespan time than the othertwo algorithms


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Kumar K, Rohini K. Resource allocation on periotity based schuduling and improve the security using DSSHA-256. Data and Metadata [Internet]. 2024 Feb. 8 [cited 2024 Jul. 15];3:193. Available from:

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