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Energy Consumption Measurement and Management Method Based on Cloud Computing Environment

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DOI: 10.23977/erej.2022.060205 | Downloads: 7 | Views: 133


Yan Yang 1, Junjie Li 1, Liming Zhu 2, Wenxian Lei 1


1 Changqing Engineering Design Company Limited, Xi’an, Shaanxi, China
2 Changqing Oilfield Branch of China National Petroleum Corporation Technical Monitoring Center, Beijing, China

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Yan Yang


Cloud computing has become a popular network computing model. It does not need to perform complex computing and avoid the purchase of a large number of hardware facilities. As long as the application program is used, it can directly perform computing and obtain service resources. Cloud computing providers are on the rise, and at the same time, energy consumption is starting to raise suspicions. The main purpose of this paper is to analyze and improve the measurement and management methods of energy consumption based on the cloud computing environment. This paper mainly proposes a resource scheduling algorithm through the problem of system resources and task scheduling allocation, so as to reduce unnecessary consumption. Experiments show that with the gradual increase of the constraint cost in the scheduling process of random tasks, the average total execution energy consumption of the cloud system and the amount of mobile data in the system are both declining, indicating that the scheduling process of tasks is gradually decreasing.


Cloud Computing, Energy Consumption Measurement, Energy Consumption Management, Task Resource Scheduling


Yan Yang, Junjie Li, Liming Zhu and Wenxian Lei, Energy Consumption Measurement and Management Method Based on Cloud Computing Environment. Environment, Resource and Ecology Journal Vol. 6: 32-42. DOI:


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