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ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

I am grateful to GOD Almighty for giving me the courage and strength to


complete my seminar successfully. I am thankful to our beloved principal Prof.
Shahir V K and our respected Head of the Department of Computer Science and
Engineering Mr. Gireesh T K for their parental guidance and support.
I would like to thank our seminar co-ordinators Ms. Divya M and
Ms.Anjana T K for giving me innovative suggestions and assisting in times of
need. I am thankful for valuable guidance and enduring encouragement
throughout this study.
I also remember with thanks the timely help and constant
encouragements induced by other faculties of AWH Engineering College, my
friends and parents. I express my sense of gratitude to Department of Computer
Science & Engineering, AWH Engineering College, for providing me with
facilities to complete my work.
ARUNIMA V
REG NO:EWALECS008

ABSTRACT
The hindrances to the adoption of public cloud computing services include
service reliability, data security and privacy, regulation compliant requirements,
and so on. To address those concerns, we propose a hybrid cloud computing model
which users may adopt as a viable and cost-saving methodology to make the best
use of public cloud services along with their privately-owned (legacy) data
centers. As the core of this hybrid cloud computing model, an intelligent workload
factoring service is designed for proactive workload management. It enables
federation between on- and off-premise infrastructures for hosting Internet-based
applications, and the intelligence lies in the explicit segregation of base workload
and flash crowd workload, the two naturally different components composing the
application workload. The core technology of the intelligent workload factoring
service is a fast frequent data item detection algorithm, which enables factoring
incoming requests not only on volume but also on data content, upon changing
application data popularity.

CONTENTS
1. INTRODUCTION
2. LITERACTURE SURVEY
3. HYBRID CLOUD COMPUTING MODEL
3.1 Design Rationale
3.2 Architecture
3.3 Discussion
4. INTELLIGENT WORKLOAD FACTORING
4.1 Problem Model
4.2 Logic View
4.3 Fast Frequent Data Item Detection Algorithm
5. ANALYSIS
5.1 Request Rate Estimation
6. EVALUATION
7. CONCLUSION
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LIST OF FIGURES

Figure 3.1 Video stream workload evolution on Yahoo! Video Site.the load

Figure 3.2 Application hosting platform architecture in the hybrid Cloud


Computing Model
Figure 3.3. Application hosting platform architecture in the hybrid Cloud

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Figure 4.1 Logic view of Workload Factoring Componen

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Figure 4.2. Schematic description of fast Top K algorithm.

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Figure 6.1 The video streaming service testbed with a hybrid platform

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LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS
1. PCI-DSS : Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard
2. ARIMA : Auto- Regressive Integrated Moving Average
3. IWF
:Integrated Workload Factoring