Research on Distributed Heterogeneous Data Storage Algorithm in Cloud Computing Data Center


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With the development of cloud computing, data center is also improved. cloud computing data center contains hundreds, even million of servers or PCs. It has many heterogeneous resources. Data center is a key to promise high scalability and resource usage of cloud computing. In addition, replica is introduced into data center, which is an important method to improve availability and performance. In this paper, the research on distributed storage algorithm based on the cloud computing. This algorithm uses the design of system storage level indicators within classification of massive data storage mechanism to solve the allocation problem of data consistency between the data center; and send communication packets between data centers through the cloud computing. The full storage can achieve complete local storage of each data stream, and solve the original data stream unusually large-scale data storage allocation problem.



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Li Qiang




J. B. Yang et al., "Research on Distributed Heterogeneous Data Storage Algorithm in Cloud Computing Data Center", Applied Mechanics and Materials, Vol. 624, pp. 553-556, 2014

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August 2014




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