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  1. 1. International Journal of Engineering Research and Developmente-ISSN: 2278-067X, p-ISSN: 2278-800X, www.ijerd.comVolume 6, Issue 7 (April 2013), PP.69-7369A Open Source Tools & Comparative Study on CloudComputingRajuVadicharla, Ravi Kumar V, Nagaraju Samala, P.VenkatakishanRao1M.Tech Software Engineering from JTUH2,3,4M.Tech Computer Science & Engineering from JTUHAbstract:- Cloud computing offers information technology business use through the model, to buildthe type of application system we are using the cloud open source tools. The idea of tool is a process,developing the program and compile or run the package file automatically. Our goal is to implementopen source tool analysis and development came into cloud computing system recognize to generate inhuman understandable way. This work shows the existing work on cloud open source is solution toimplement industry applications, products. Few open source tools are configuration, monitoring, andautomated techniques on the importance for this research.Comparative work of cloud sim, EC2 isshows that cloud sim is having best effort which is reliable.Keywords:- Cloud Computing, Cloud SIM, EC2, Open source Tools.I. INTRODUCTIONCloud computing relies on sharing computing resources rather than having local servers or personaldevices to handle applications. The word cloud is used as a metaphor for the internet so the phrase cloudcomputing is a type of internet based computing devices such as storage and applications, the goal of cloudcomputing is to apply traditional super computing power normally used by military and research facilities toperform trillions per second in consumer oriented applications such as financial portfolios. To do this cloudcomputing uses large networks groups of servers typically running low cost consumer technology withspecialized connections to spread data processing across them.The stands for connecting the computer systems software needed to make cloud computing work arenot fully defined at present time, many companies to define their cloud environment systems offered bycompany like IBM “Blue Cloud”. Cloud computing has started to obtain mass appeal in corporate data centersas it enables the data center to operate through the process of enabling computing resources to be accessed andshared as virtual resources in a secure and scalable. The term cloud used to have appears its origins in networkdiagrams that represented the internet or various parts of it as schematic clouds, was coined for what happenswhen applications and services are moved into the internet cloud. Characteristics of cloud include sharedinfrastructure uses a virtualized software model enabling the sharing of physical services storage andnetworking capabilities. Dynamic provisioning allows for the provision of services based on current demandrequirements done automatically using software automation and enabling expansion and contraction of servicecapability as needed. Network access is the internet from a broad range of devices such as pcs laptops andmobile devices using standards based on APIs and managed metering uses metering for managing andoptimizing the service and to provide reporting and billing information. Cloud computing is dynamicallyscalable because users only have to consume the amount of online computing resources they actually need.Cloud vendors like Amazon, Google, IBM quite literally sell computer processing power by the every hour.Cloud computing is task centric because the usage model is based entirely among what users need to achieverather than any particular software hardware or network infrastructure.II. RELATED WORKThe most important benefits of cloud computing are cost and growth self-service access to an availablepool of computing resources users can run in seconds instead of years. Making adjustments to computingcapacity is also fast elastically scalable grid computing. Cloud computing is a pay per use operates at high scaleand automated the efficiency of cloud computing is very compelling as well. The other work reveals that thereare several issues that are holding some organizations back from rushing to the cloud. Some particularlysensitive applications will remain in while other may take advantage of public clouds other concern is quality ofservice since clouds may not be able to fully guarantee service level agreement in terms of performance andavailability. Cloud computing is characterized by real time capabilities such as self-service auto scaling andcharge back but is also based on many established techniques such as grid computing virtualization service
  2. 2. A Open Source Tools & Comparative Study on Cloud Computing70oriented architecture shared services and large scale systems management automation, offers compelling qualityof service and fit. Oracle Cloud computing strategy is to provide the industry most complete integrated set ofproducts from applications. Oracle provides high performance reliability scalability availability securityportability interoperability characteristics demand before moving important work to public and private cloud.Organizations are adopting different deployment models for computing on applications at different rates ofspeed so oracle supports customers no matter what type of cloud to choose. Oracle provides the most completeportfolio of software and hardware products to enable organizations to build and deploy manage public andprivate PaaS and IaaS. It offers a very broad portfolio of horizontal and industry applications that are deployedin either a private shared services environment or in a public SaaS model.III. OPEN SOURCE IS A DEVELOPMENT METHOD FOR SOFTWARE THATHARNESS THE POWER OF DISTRIBUTED PEER REVIEW AND TRANSPARENCY OFPROCESS3.1. CloudSim: Cloud computing emerged as the technology for delivering reliable secure sustainablecomputational services presents as software infrastructure or platform as service. Moreover these services maybe offered for clients or yet it is possible that both public and private clouds are combined in hybrids clouds. Asuitable alternative of simulation tool is open possibility of evaluating the hypothesis prior to softwaredevelopment in an environment where one can reproduce tests. In cloud computing access to the infrastructureincurs payments in real currency simulation based approaches offer significant benefits as it allows cloudcustomers to test their services in repeatable and controllable environment free of cost.3.1.1. Cloud Report: It is a graphical tool that simulates distributed computing environment based on the cloudcomputing paradigm uses cloud sim as its simulation engine and provides an easy to use user interface reportgeneration features and creation of extensions. The application simulates an infrastructure as a service providerwith an arbitrary number of data centers entirely customizable, user can easily set the amount of computationalnodes and their resource configuration includes processing capacity amount of RAM available bandwidth powerconsumption. Customer of the LaaS provider are also simulated and entirely customizable can set the number ofvirtual machines each customer owns a broker responsible for allocating these virtual machines and resourceconsumption algorithms. Each virtual machine has its own configuration that consists of its hypervisor imagesize scheduling algorithms for tasks.Figure 1 Screen shot shows how to integrate with the data centersWe can compile the cloud report from source or run the jar file. Cloud reports supports thedevelopment of extensions that can be plugged in on execution time using the java reflection API.3.2. Amazon Elastic Compute: It is a web service that provides resizable compute capacity in the clouddesigned to make web scale computing easier for developers. It allows to obtain configure capacity withminimal friction and provides with complete control of computing resources. Amazon EC2 reduces the timerequired to obtain to boot new server instances to minutes allowing to quickly scaling capacity. Amazon EC2changes the economics of computing allowing to pay only for capacity that actually use.Functionality of Amazon presents a true virtual computing environment allowing to use web serviceinterface to launch instance with a variety of operating systems, loaded with custom application environmentmanage networks access permissions
  3. 3. A Open Source Tools & Comparative Study on Cloud Computing71Pre-requisite for EC2 is to select a pre-configured template Amazon machine image to get up andrunning immediately or create an AMI containing application libraries data configuration settingsConfigure security and network access on Amazon EC2 instanceChoose the instance which want then start terminate and monitor as many instances as needed using theweb service API or the variety of management tools provided.Determine whether to run in multiple locations utilize static IP endpoints attach persistent block storageto your instancesAmazon EC2 enables to increase capacity within minutes not hours commission hundreds or thousandsof server instance simultaneously.Amazon offers persist storage for amazon EC2 instances and EBS volumes are highly reliable volumesthat can be leveraged as an Amazon EC2 instance boot partition or attached to a running Amazon EC2 instanceas standard restarted volumes offer greatly improved durability over local amazon EC2 instance stores areautomatically replicated on the backend.EBS optimized instances for a low additional hourly fee customers can launch selected Amazon EC2instances types as EBS optimized instances and fully utilize that IOPS provisioned on an EBS volume.Amazon cloud watch is a web service that provides monitoring for AWS cloud resources andapplications starting with Amazon EC2 and also provides visibility into resource utilization operationalperformance and overall demand patterns including metrics such as CPU utilization, disk read/write andnetwork traffic.IV. OPEN SOURCE TOOLS FOR CLOUD COMPUTINGThe role of open source in cloud has vulnerability and security threats and flexibility and cost savingsopen source would provide the time to invest and open source cloud computingOpen QRM is the data centers management platform a single management console for the complete ITsetup and defined API to integrate third party tools open QRM on a high level comes with complete set offeatures around Business continuity deployment monitoring storage management virtualization.Cobbler is a linux installation server that allows for rapid setup of network installation environmentglues together and automates many associated linux tasks so do not have to hop between lots of variouscommands and applications when rolling out new systems and changing existing ones.Configuration tools help system administrators produce a consistent reproducible and verifiabledescription of their environment and offers visualization reporting tools to aid in day to day administrative tasks.It is portable has been successfully run on AIX free BSD open solaris along with many GNU linux distribution.CFE community is the open source core of innovative technology for data center self-handingconfiguration and management we can download software online is a professional enterprise solutions.Puppet is an enterprise system management that standardizes the way IT staff deploy and manageinfrastructure in the enterprise cloud.Figure 2 Table shows the Comparison of Configuring ToolsMonitoring tools like Ganglia is a scalable distributed monitoring system for high performancecomputing systems such as clusters and Grids, it is based on a hierarchical design targeted at federations ofclusters leverages widely used technology such as xml for data representation compact portable data transportand RRD toolZabbix offers advanced monitoring alerting and visualization features to day which are missing in othermonitoring alerting and visualization features today which are missing in other monitoring systems even someof the best commercial ones comes with distributed real-time agentless based monitoring features along withgood scalability visualization problem resolution reporting easy import export and escalation notificationfeatures.Nagios is enterprise class monitoring solution almost used by most of the organizations that I or mateshappen to work with enterprise hardware and software monitoring.Automatelt is open source tool for automating the setup and maintenance of servers applications andtheir dependencies provides a surprisingly simple powerful way to manage files packages services networksaccounts roles templates and more.
  4. 4. A Open Source Tools & Comparative Study on Cloud Computing72Figure 3 Table shows the Comparison of Monitoring ToolsCapistrano is an open source tool written in ruby for running scripts on multiple servers its main use isdeploying web applications automates the process of making a new version of an application available on moreweb servers.Rundeck is open source software that helps automate adhoc routine procedures in data center or cloudenvironment provides a number of features that will alleviate time consuming grunt work and make it easy forscale up scripting efforts.Func provides a two way authenticated system for generically doing these sort of things can build ownapplications on it and easily expand func by adding in additional modules whether want these to work throughthe func command line or by means of some other application.Figure 4 Table shows the Comparison of Automated ToolsV. COMPARATIVE STUDYThe Main features of EC2 pre-requisits need to be comfortable with command line linux, it does not fiteveryone requirements, it requires people whom require software as a service hosting of servers. Ec2 ascolocation hosting is not the cheapest quite reasonable than existing hosting service provider. It is exceptionallyflexible with its ability to launch instances as required and for use and it has drawbacks risk mentioned furtherdown, nothing is local so have to only the API and accept the risk of instance, learning threshold is significant toscare non-geeks. Compare EC2 cloud Sim is to support for modeling and simulation of large scale cloudcomputing infrastructure including data centers on single physical computing node and a self-containedplatformfor modeling data centers service brokers scheduling and allocations policies. Unique features of cloud sim areavailability of virtualized engine aids in creation and management of multiple independent virtualized services.Cloud sim is a networking based mobile recording where a handset application is not desirable or suitable forneeds, cloud sim offers an alternative mobile call recording mechanism to integrate with cloud platform. It isnetwork between a core network provider and our cloud telephony routing calls transparently through securerecording infrastructure.A replacement SIM is provided and users port existing numbers to the new sim.When inbound and outbound calls are made calls are routed at a low level to our highlyscalable cloud telephony.Recording occurs inline completely transparently to the mobile user.VI. CONCLUSIONThis research work proposed and listed in the field of open source tools in cloud computing analysis. Itfocuses on configuration tools, monitoring tools in cloud environment, several techniques, analysis method,variety of cloud sim applications that are commonly used cloud analysis. Wide range of this comparison work isefficient. In fact it has scope of computer science and networking analysis. Finally this paper concludes cloud
  5. 5. A Open Source Tools & Comparative Study on Cloud Computing73sim and EC2 tools in cloud tasks are very innovative, future extends with detail implementation of integratingdata centers.REFERENCE[1]. M. Armbrust, A. Fox, R. Griffith, A. D. Joseph, R. H. Katz, A. Konwinski, G. Lee, D. A. Patterson, A.Rabkin, I. Stoica, and M. Zaharia, “Above the clouds: A berkeley view of cloud computing,”University of California, Berkeley, Tech. Rep. UCB-EECS-2009-28, Feb 2009.[2]. Anton Beloglazov, and RajkumarBuyya, Optimal Online Deterministic Algorithms and AdaptiveHeuristics for Energy and Performance Efficient Dynamic Consolidation of Virtual Machines in CloudData Centers, Concurrency and Computation: Practice and Experience, Volume 24, Issue 13, Pages:1397-1420, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, New York, USA, 2012[3]. Rodrigo Calheiros, Rajiv Ranjan and RajkumarBuyya, Virtual Machine Provisioning Based onAnalytical Performance and QoS in Cloud Computing Environments, Proceedings of the 40thInternational Conference on Parallel Processing (ICPP 2011), Taipei, Taiwan, September 13-16, 2011.[4]. Linlin Wu, Saurabh Kumar Garg and RajkumarBuyya, SLA-based Resource Allocation for a Softwareas a Service Provider in Cloud Computing Environments, Proceedings of the 11th IEEE/ACMInternational Symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Grid Computing (CCGrid 2011), Los Angeles, USA,May 23-26, 2011.[5]. Adel NadjaranToosi, Rodrigo N. Calheiros, Ruppa K. Thulasiran, RajkumarBuyya, ResourceProvisioning Policies to Increase IaaS Providers Profit in a Federated Cloud Environment, Proceedingsof the 13rd International Conference on High Performance and Communications (HPCC 2011), Banff,Canada, September 2-4, 2011.[6]. Anton Beloglazov, and RajkumarBuyya, Energy Efficient Allocation of Virtual Machines in CloudData Centers. Proceedings of the 10th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud andGrid Computing (CCGrid 2010), Melbourne, Australia, May 17-20, 2010.[7]. Rodrigo N. Calheiros, RajkumarBuyya, Cesar A. F. De Rose, Building an automated and self-configurable emulation testbed for grid applications. International Journal of Software: Practice andExperience, Volume 40, Issue 5, Pages: 405-429, Wiley Press, USA, April 2010.[8]. KyongHoon Kim, Anton Beloglazov, and RajkumarBuyya, Power-aware Provisioning of CloudResources for Real-time Services. Proceedings of the 7th International Workshop on Middleware forGrids, Clouds and e-Science, Urbana Champaign, Illinois, USA: ACM, 2009.[9]. Rodrigo N. Calheiros, RajkumarBuyya, Cesar A. F. De Rose, A Heuristic for Mapping VirtualMachines and Links in Emulation Testbeds, Proceedings of the 38th International Conference onParallel Processing (ICPP 2009), Vienna, Austria, September 22-25, 2009.RajuVadicharlaM.Tech Software Engineering from JTUH, B.Tech from KakatiyaUniversity Currently he is working as an Asst. Prof, at Balaji Institute of EngineeringSciences ,Narsampet,Warangal and has 4+ years of experience in Academic. Hisresearch areas include cloud computing &Parallel computing, Cryptography, NetworkSecurity, Data base Administration & Data base Management.Nagaraju Samala M.Tech Computer Science & Engineering from JTUHCurrently he is working as an Asst. Prof, atBalaji Institute of Engineering & Sciences,Warangal and has 4+ years of experience in Academic. His research areas include cloudcomputing &Parallel computing, Cryptography Network Security.Ravi Kumar V M.Tech Computer Science & Engineering from JTUHMSc Electronics from Andhra University BSc from KakatiyaUniversity. Currently he isworking as an Associate Prof, atBalajiInstitute of Engineering & Sciences, Warangaland has 8+ years ofexperience in Academic. His research areas include cloud computing&Parallel computing, Cryptography Network Security, ComputerOrganization, ImageProcessing, Embedded Systems & Bio-MetricsP.VenkatakishanRaoM.Tech Computer Science & Engineering from JTUH Currently heis working as an Asst. Prof, atGanapathy Engineering College,Warangal, and has 5+years of experience in Academic. His research areas include cloud computing &Parallelcomputing.

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