Minimizing cost and makespan for workflow scheduling in cloud using fuzzy dominance sort based HEFT
© 2018 Elsevier B.V. More and more enterprises and communities choose cloud computing platforms to deploy their commercial or scientific workflow applications along with the increasing popularity of pay-as-you-go cloud services. A major task of cloud service providers is to minimize the monetary cost and makespan of executing workflows in the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) cloud. Most of the existing techniques for cost and makespan minimization are designed for traditional computing platforms which cannot be applied to the cloud computing platforms with unique service-based resource managing methods and pricing strategies. In this paper, we study the joint optimization of cost and makespan of scheduling workflows in IaaS clouds, and propose a novel workflow scheduling scheme. In this scheme, a fuzzy dominance sort based heterogeneous earliest-finish-time (FDHEFT) algorithm is developed which closely integrates the fuzzy dominance sort mechanism with the list scheduling heuristic HEFT. Extensive experiments using the real-world and synthetic workflows demonstrate the efficacy of our scheme. Our scheme can achieve significantly better cost-makespan tradeoff fronts with remarkably higher Hypervolume and can run up to hundreds of times faster than the state-of-the-art algorithms.
Future Generation Computer Systems
Minimizing cost and makespan for workflow scheduling in cloud using fuzzy dominance sort based HEFT.
Future Generation Computer Systems,
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