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Improving the Scalability of Data Center Networks with Traffic-aware Virtual Machine Placement
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Main contribution Measure traffic features in production data center environment. Develop the traffic-aware VM placement algorithm. Apply the algorithm to different data center architectures and traffic patterns.
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Data center traffic feature Uneven distribution of traffic volumes from VMs. Stable per-VM traffic at large timescale. Weak correlation between traffic rate and latency.
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Unformatted text preview: Algorithm Objective: Minimize the distance of VMs with large mutual bandwidth. Algorithm Two steps: Partition VMs and hosts into clusters separately. Match VMs and hosts at cluster level and then at individual level Data center architecture and Cost Matrix Test traffic Global traffic model Each VM communicates with every other at a constant rate. Partitioned traffic model Only VMs within the same partition communicate with each other....
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