• Mr. E. K. Girisan Associate Professor, Computer Science, Sree Narayana Guru College , Coimbatore, India
  • Mr. C. Rathish M.Phil Scholar, Computer Science, Sree Narayana Guru College of Arts & Science, Coimbatore, India.


Cloud Computing, Load balancing, Central Load balancer, VM allocation


The current era has witnessed great growth of the internet and numerous applications that are running over it. Cloud computing is most common internet based technology, highlighting its effectiveness and follows pay-as-you-go model, therefore turn out to be so popular with highest demanding features. Load balancing is most curious and prominent research areas in cloud computing, which has acquired a large attention recently. Users are demanding more services with better results. Numerous algorithms and methods are proposed by many researchers across the world, with the purpose of balancing the complete workload across given cloud servers, while achieving the greatest throughput and minimum time. In this paper, two recent algorithms of Slot based carton load balancing algorithm (SCLBA) and Central Load Balancer(CLB) method addressing the problem of load balancing in Cloud Computing are studied and compared to deliver an idea of the newest methods in this research area.


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How to Cite

Mr. E. K. Girisan, & Mr. C. Rathish. (2019). SCLBA: CLB - COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF LOAD BALANCING ALGORITHMS IN CLOUD COMPUTING. International Education and Research Journal (IERJ), 5(9). Retrieved from