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Adoptive Techniques for Stream
Applications
Resource provisioning in public cloud
Introduction
Resource provisioning is described as the process of selecting, deploying and run-time
management of software and hardware resource to ensure there is guaranteed
performance for applications (Yi, Li, and Li, 2015, p. 37).
Resource provisioning technique include static and dynamic each comprising its
benefits and flaws.
These resource provisioning techniques have to attain the quality of service (QoS)
parameters such as responsive time, reliability, availability, security and throughput to
avert violation of the service level agreement.
Background
The advancement of the computer started with the mainframe until now the PC
which is convenient for use.
Nevertheless, researchers have found that due to its scattered existence makes it
problematic.
The major challenge is the idle computer resource that results in wastage of
material, electricity and ecological pollution (Sahni, and Vidyarthi, 2018, p. 7).
Consequently, due to these problems it led to the birth of cloud computing.
Significance of the research
Cloud computing has led to high reliability, high availability and economic
efficiency through its ability to adopt distributed data storage (Fuet al., 2015, p.
411).
Cloud computing systems have the capacity to meets the requirements of
numerous clients in parallel by providing service to them simultaneously.
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