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Green Approach For Next Generation Computing A Survey

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In the past few years, the Information and Communication Technology sector have made a significant advancement in Cloud Computing technology. The world wide acceptance of Cloud technology can be credited to the various benefits a Cloud offers to its users. The Cloud technology helps in preventing resource wastage to a much greater extent. The authors of this paper wish to explore the concept behind cloud computing, its strategy, and benefits. This paper presents some facts and figures related to cloud and green computing which will help in obtaining the gist of Cloud Computing and in understanding the need of going green in computing.
Published on 01/18/2017
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Energy Saving by Virtual Machine Migration in Green Cloud Computing

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Nowadays the innovations have turned out to be so quick and advanced that enormous all big enterprises have to go for cloud. Cloud provides wide range of services, from high performance computing to storage. Datacenter consisting of servers, network, wires, cooling systems etc. is very important part of cloud as it carries various business information onto the servers. Cloud computing is widely used for large data centers but it causes very serious issues to environment such as heat emission, heavy consumption of energy, release of toxic gases like methane, nitrous oxide, carbon dioxide, etc. High energy consumption leads to high operational cost as well as low profit. So we required Green cloud computing, which very environment friendly and energy efficient version of the cloud computing. In this paper the major issues related to cloud computing is discussed. And the various techniques used to minimize the power consumption are also discussed. Ruhi D. Viroja | Dharmendra H. Viroja"Energy Saving by Virtual Machine Migration in Green Cloud Computing" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-1 , December 2016, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd104.pdf Article URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/engineering/computer-engineering/104/energy-saving-by-virtual-machine-migration-in-green-cloud-computing/ruhi-d-viroja
Published on 08/28/2018
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Energy Saving by Virtual Machine Migration in Green Cloud Computing

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Nowadays the innovations have turned out to be so quick and advanced that enormous all big enterprises have to go for cloud. Cloud provides wide range of services, from high performance computing to storage. Datacenter consisting of servers, network, wires, cooling systems etc. is very important part of cloud as it carries various business information onto the servers. Cloud computing is widely used for large data centers but it causes very serious issues to environment such as heat emission, heavy consumption of energy, release of toxic gases like methane, nitrous oxide, carbon dioxide, etc. High energy consumption leads to high operational cost as well as low profit. So we required Green cloud computing, which very environment friendly and energy efficient version of the cloud computing. In this paper the major issues related to cloud computing is discussed. And the various techniques used to minimize the power consumption are also discussed. Ruhi D. Viroja | Dharmendra H. Viroja"Energy Saving by Virtual Machine Migration in Green Cloud Computing" Published in International Journal of Trend in Scientific Research and Development (ijtsrd), ISSN: 2456-6470, Volume-1 | Issue-1 , December 2016, URL: http://www.ijtsrd.com/papers/ijtsrd104.pdf
Published on 01/09/2018
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Green Computing: A New Vision to Computer Technology

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Abstract — The usage of computer in day to day affairs is a basic need of everyone. No individual or organization can work without computer in the present era. However, extravagant practice of involving computer technology demands certain degree of responsibility on the part of user to avoid or minimize associated harmful impacts that are badly affecting environment. Information and communications technology (ICT) infrastructure accounts for seemingly significant electricity usage and considered accountable for greenhouse gases (GHGs) globally. The overwhelming and improper usage of ICT is leading to continual increase in carbon foot printing and GHGs. Green computing is emerging as a prompting solution to this crisis. Foremost measure in this regard is to develop computing technology that cut down usage of power input thus may leads to significant reduction in CO 2 emission. Various proposed measures taken in this regard can be considered as effective approach to protect our environment from the hazardous material and its effects specially computers and related devices. We also highlighted computing related distresses, possible steps for its minimization through Green computing. The article also covers prospective measures ought to be taken to reduce the associated harmful impacts on our environment thereby protect planet from any future disaster.
Published on 09/13/2016
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Green Computing (Question Paper) [April – 2017 | 75:25 Pattern]

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Q.1 ATTEMPT ANY THREE QUESTIONS: (15 MARKS) (A)  Explain how Green Computing effect on Cost Saving. (B)  How Hardware Deployments can affect the environment? (C)  What are the steps involved for measuring of Carbon Footprint? (D)  Describe the functions of Basel Action Network. (E)  Mention the steps taken by CHINA in managing their own e-waste problem? (F)  What StEP stands for? Explain objectives of StEP. Q.2 ATTEMPT ANY THREE QUESTIONS: (15 MARKS) (A)  Explain MAID and RAID. (B)  How computer monitor settings save energy? (C)  What is Polling? Give example. (D)  How to achieve proper Humidity Levels? (E)  How to prevent Recirculation of Equipment Exhaust? (F)  State the advantages of custom centralized Air-Handling System. Q.3 ATTEMPT ANY THREE QUESTIONS: (15 MARKS) (A)  What are the ways to control the use of water in organisation? (B)  Which things are necessary for evaluating suppliers for their level of environmental responsibility? (C)  Describe intranet? How to build it? (D)  What is Telecommuting? Explain in brief. (E)  Which things are needed to go paperless in organization? (F)  Write a note on PDA and Tablet PC. Q.4 ATTEMPT ANY THREE QUESTIONS: (15 MARKS) (A)  List various ways to clean a Hard Drive. Explain any two. (B)  Write a short note on Refurbishing. (C)  Give advantages and disadvantages of buying equipment's. (D)  Explain how Remote Desktop Server is configured. (E)  Explain Restriction of Hazardous Substances certification. (F)  Define and explain the terms packaging and Toxins with respect to hardware considerations. Q.5 ATTEMPT ANY THREE QUESTIONS: (15 MARKS) (A)  List and explain tools used for measuring and tracking our data. (B)  What is the difference between Application Service Providers and Software as a Service? (C)  Which area needs to be updated in organization to reduce the amount of waste? (D)  Explain characteristics of Software as a Service. (E)  Describe the work of Chief Green Officer. (F)  List and explain key strategies to review action plan.
Published on 06/18/2018
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The healthy PC : preventive care, home remedies, and green computing

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Published on 06/09/2018
Document details: 310 pages. 8 downloads.

A Green Enterprise Computing Architecture for Developing Countries

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Developing countries often have access to limited energy resources, which frequently results in power cuts and failures. During these power cuts, enterprises rely on backup sources for power such as uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) and electric generators. This paper proposes AnywareDC, an architecture that builds on the recent work on Anyware to reduce energy utilization in the presence of such intermittent power supplies. Anyware reduces energy usage by providing enterprise users laptops instead of desktops, while maintaining performance using a central compute cluster. Our basic insight is that in the presence of power cuts, only the routers and the cluster needs to be provided power: the laptops can continue to run on their own batteries. This reduces both energy usage and UPS load allowing it to supply power for longer, thus also saving generator fuel costs. Simulations show that this architecture reduces energy usage by up to 80% compared to one not using Anyware, and by up to 20% compared to Anyware.
Published on 06/29/2018
Document details: 310 pages. 1 download.

ERIC EJ1068888: University Students' Subjective Knowledge of Green Computing and Pro-Environmental Behavior

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This cross-sectional survey examined the structure of university students' subjective knowledge of green computing--hypothesized to be a multidimensional construct with three important dimensions--and its association with pro-environmental behavior (PEB). Using a previously validated green computing questionnaire, data were collected from 842 undergraduate students attending ten different public universities in Malaysia. The sample was split into two random halves (n[subscript 1] = 400 and n[subscript 2] = 442) to allow for Factor Analysis procedures and Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) to be conducted. Principal Component Analysis extracted a three-factor structure of subjective knowledge consisting of knowledge about green computing (GC) vocabulary, computer nature or characteristics, and e-waste, while Confirmatory Factor Analysis procedures confirmed the structure's measurement validity. SEM fit statistics indicated a strong influence of subjective GC knowledge on PEB with its three extracted dimensions cumulatively explaining 37% of students' reported PEB. The results confirmed the study's hypotheses regarding the multidimensionality of subjective knowledge, the adequacy of the measurement model of subjective knowledge, and its strong positive role in influencing PEB. The article concludes with guidelines for future research in areas involving green computing, subjective knowledge and PEB with an emphasis on the conceptualization and measurement of each construct.
Published on 10/03/2018
Document details: 11 pages. 2 downloads.

Hardcore Computing Issue #1

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Hardcore Computing Issue Volume 1 Number 1, Premiere Issue. Publisher's Message, Editorial, Alert, Interview, Review, Adventure Tips, Notes, Librarian, Digest, Green Apples, CHR$(4), Writer's Markets, Disklocks, Tricks and Bombs, Copy the Uncopyables.
Published on 06/12/2011
Document details: 11 pages. 522 downloads.

The Best of Creative computing

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Published on 05/20/2013
Document details: 340 pages. 4108 downloads.
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