C-Cloud: A Cost-Efficient Reliable Cloud of Surplus Computing Resources


Ms. Akriti Sharma
Assistant Professor JLU School of Engineering & Technology Jagran Lakecity University, Bhopal, India.


This paper presents C-CLOUD, a vote based cloud framework for leasing registering assets including non-cloud assets (for example processing gear not part of any cloud foundation, for example, PCs, workstations, endeavour servers what’s more, bunches). C-CLOUD empowers gigantic measure of overflow figuring assets, in the scope of many millions, to be leased to cloud clients. Such a sharing of assets permits asset proprietors to procure from inactive assets, and cloud clients to have a cost-productive option in contrast to huge cloud suppliers. Contrasted with existing ways to deal with sharing surplus assets, C-CLOUD has two key difficulties: guaranteeing Administration Level Understanding (SLA) and dependability of reservations made over heterogeneous assets, and giving proper system to empower sharing of assets. In this unique circumstance, C-CLOUD presents novel motivation system that decides asset leases parametrically dependent on their unwavering quality and capacity.