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Getting

Started with
CloudSim
By
Jignesh Prajapati
Under
DRJSLAB.ORG

Abbreviations
PE

Processing Element, CPU


VM Virtual Machine
Mips million Instruction per second
Bw Bandwidth

Declaration
Example

given in this is actually given


by Cloudbus.org, in Default package of
CloudSim.

Example

Path:
Cloudsim3.0.3\examples\org\cloudbus\cloudsi
m\examples\Example1.java

What is cloudsim
CloudSim:

A
Framework
for
Modeling and Simulation of Cloud
Computing
Infrastructures
and
Services [1]
Download CloudSim from ref [1]
How to configure ?

Ref [2] & [3] Video Setup Cloudsim


Using Netbeans

Terminology
Virtual

Machines
Cloudlet
Datacenter
DatacentreBroker

Virtual Machines
Vm

represents a VM: it runs inside a


Host, sharing hostList with other VMs.
It processes cloudlets. This processing
happens according to a policy, defined
by the CloudletScheduler. Each VM has
a owner, which can submit cloudlets to
the VM to be executed [4]

Cloudlet
Cloudlet

is a representation of Task in
CloudSim.
It Takes the job and submit to cloudsim.
DeviceCloudletCloud.

Datacenter

Datacenter class is a CloudResource whose


hostList are virtualized. It deals with
processing of VM queries (i.e., handling of VMs)
instead of processing Cloudlet-related queries.
So, even though an AllocPolicy will be
instantiated (in the init() method of the
superclass, it will not be used, as processing of
cloudlets are handled by the CloudletScheduler
and processing of VirtualMachines are handled
by the VmAllocationPolicy.[5]

DatacentreBroker
DatacentreBroker

represents a broker
acting on behalf of a user. It hides VM
management, as vm creation,
sumbission of cloudlets to this VMs and
destruction of VMs.[5]

How to Organize Codding?

Star

Init CloudSim
Create Datacenter
Crete PE List and Host Add to Java list.
Add PE list to Host List.
Create Java List of Storage .

Create DatacenterBroker
Create VM

Add to VM List

Add to list

Add to Broker

Create CloudLet

Add All PE list, Host List and Storage to DatacenterCharacteristics.


Create datacenter with VM allocation pollicy.

Add to Broker

Start Simulation
Stop Simulation
Print Out put

Stop

Create Global Variable

Create Global Variable with java list cloudlet and VM

Init CloudSim

Initialize Cloudsim with no of User, Calendar and


debugging Mode

Create Datacenter 1

Create Class createDatacenter to initialize datacenter

Create Datacenter 2

Create Two Variable in createDatacener


class with name hostList and peList add new
pe to peList with required mips.

Create Datacenter 3
Design out Machine with
HostId, Ram, Storage Capacity,
Bandwidth.
Add to hostList.

Create Datacenter 3

Crate object of Characteristics class with previous parameter


Crate Datacenter
Return to main class

Create Datacenter 4

Now Create characteristics of datacenter assign few parameter


Like
1. Architect
2. type of OS,
3. Cost of using reaouerces/per memory/Bw/Storage
4. Create Link list for storage

Create Broker
Create object of broker class and
write definition given below

Create Broker and return to main class

Creating VM 1
Crate Vmlist
(Global Variable)
Define propertis
of VM
Like
vmid,mips,size,r
am,bw,
pesNumber
Vm Name.

Creating VM 2

Crate VM with previous defined


properties and add them to broker list

Create Cloudlet 1

Create CloudLet `s properties

Create Cloudlet 2

Create Cloudlet,
Add them to cloudlet List (global Variable)
And add to brocker.

Run simulation

Two Simple sentence will run


the simulation and stop it after execution

Fetch simulated Results

Get back simulated result and print as your requirement.

Code for Print

Citation
[1] http://www.cloudbus.org/cloudsim /
[2]
http://drjslab.org/2013/11/11/setup-cloudsim-us
ing-netbeans
/
[3]https://www.youtube.com/watch?
v=YOzY48_On2Y
[4]http://www.cloudbus.org/cloudsim/doc/api/org
/cloudbus/cloudsim/Datacenter.html
[5]http
://www.cloudbus.org/cloudsim/doc/api/org/cloud
bus/cloudsim/DatacenterBroker.html

Thank You

By
Asst. Prof. Jignesh Prajapati
Parul Institute of Technology
j.prajapati@drjslab.org
URL: www.drjslab.org