Main Reference PaperDistributed Resource Allocation for Data Center Networks- A Hierarchical Game Approach, IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing, 2018 [Java/CloudSim]
  • A hierarchical game to analyze the system where the Data Center Coordinators and the Service Subscribers are regarded as the leaders and followers, respectively. In the game, each SS selects its serving DCO with preferred pricing and purchases the optimal amount of resources for their computing requirements. Based on the responses of the service subscribers and the other datacenter coordinators, the DCOs decide their resource prices to receive the highest profit. When the coordination among DCOs is weak, we consider all DCOs are noncooperative with each other, and propose a sub-gradient algorithm for the DCOs to approach a sub-optimal solution of the game.

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  • A hierarchical game to analyze the system where the Data Center Coordinators and the Service Subscribers are regarded as the leaders and followers, respectively. In the game, each SS selects its serving DCO with preferred pricing and purchases the optimal amount of resources for their computing requirements. Based on the responses of the service subscribers and the other datacenter coordinators, the DCOs decide their resource prices to receive the highest profit. When the coordination among DCOs is weak, we consider all DCOs are noncooperative with each other, and propose a sub-gradient algorithm for the DCOs to approach a sub-optimal solution of the game.

  • To achieve high and fair revenues for all Data Center Operators.

  • To analyse the relationship between DCOs and Service Subscribers through the game.

Aim & Objectives
  • To achieve high and fair revenues for all Data Center Operators.

  • To analyse the relationship between DCOs and Service Subscribers through the game.

  • The resource allocation problem including both the massive and edge data center networks are considered.

Contribution
  • The resource allocation problem including both the massive and edge data center networks are considered.

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