The research on green cloud computing is indispensable to reduce the emission of carbon as well as to rescue the environment from the hands of global warming, as the climatic change due to the emission of carbon is a critical issue now a days. The green cloud computing mainly concentrates on reducing the amount of cloud resources to condense the emission of carbon. So an effective and efficient scheduling algorithm, Green Task Scheduling (GTS) Algorithm, is proposed in this paper to bring down the amount of cloud resources in use. The proposed algorithm also reduces the hardware cost significantly. As green cloud computing also concentrates to save the energy consumption by providing only the required amount of voltage based on the frequency of work, a technique called as Dynamic Voltage Frequency Scaling (DVFS) is also used in this paper to control the voltage as well as the frequency of the processor without affecting the working performance. The numerical results prove that the makes pan, energy and cost are optimally minimized by implementing GTS along with DVFS in cloud computing environment.
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