Quantify QOS and Transparency of Cloud service provider using Random forest classifier

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Firms and customers run rising numbers of software in cloud. The operation of a program running from cloud is based upon the data center conditions and upon the resources dedicated to an application. Small network delays can result in some substantial performance degradation, which impacts the consumer's cost and the support supplier's resource utilization, electricity consumption and data center efficiency. In distributed computing environment, you will find a high number of comparable or equal resources offered by various service providers. These computing resources are handled and marketed by several service providers. Users may outsource their regional programs or immediately access any web-service to leverage the distant computing tools in the cloud and purchase their favorite solutions in service supplier. But usually there are lots of different service types to select from and the consumer most likely won't create an optimized choice based on their own limited understanding. Furthermore, this might result in an inefficient implementation of the program with more elapsed time and much more financial cost than that which really requires. Additionally, different applications or users might have different expectations and requirements. In this paper proposing Random Forest classifier to quantify QoS and Transparency of CSP.

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MAHESH K, DR. M. LAXMAIAH. (2021). Quantify QOS and Transparency of Cloud service provider using Random forest classifier. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 3254–3262. Retrieved from https://www.annalsofrscb.ro/index.php/journal/article/view/4969