Load balancing plays a major part in improving the performance of fog computing, which has become a requirement in fog layer for distributing all workload in equal manner amongst the current Virtual machines (VMs) in a segment. The distribution of load is a complicated process as it consists of numerous users in fog computing environment. Hence, an effectual technique called Mutated Leader Algorithm (MLA) is proposed for balancing load in fogging environment. Firstly, fog computing is initialized with fog layer, cloud layer and end user layer. Then, task is submitted from end user under fog layer with cluster of nodes. Afterwards, load balancing process is done in each cluster and the resources for each VM are predicted using Deep Residual Network (DRN). The load balancing is accomplished by allocating and reallocating the task from the users to the VMs in the cloud based on the resource constraints optimally using MLA. Here, the load balancing is needed for optimizing resources and objectives. Lastly, if VMs are overloaded and then the jobs are pulled from associated VM and allocated to under loaded VM. Thus the proposed MLA achieved minimum execution time is 1.472ns, cost is $69.448 and load is 0.0003% respectively.
|Number of pages||12|
|Journal||International Journal of computer networks and information security|
|Early online date||8 Aug 2023|
|Publication status||Published online - 8 Aug 2023|
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- Fog computing
- Mutated Leader Algorithm (MLA)
- Virtual Machine (VM)
- Deep Residual Network (DRN)
- Load Balancing