Cloud data centers become more and more powerful, energy consumption becomes a major challenge both for environmental concerns and for economic reasons, Towards this aim, we present model of social network website and will optimize server in such way that old data server should run on minimum cost. Also this implementation finds out the pattern of data consuming of users and according to that the graphs get generated. And after generating user data consumption data patterns optimize server in such way that whichever server data have less traffic should stay on sleep mode.
Internet based services are evolving towards an ever increasing amount of multimedia content, both in terms of number of resources and of their size. This trend determines an evolution towards workloads characterized by significantly increased computational and communication requirements and higher variability, with major fluctuations throughout the day. To cope with such demands, the basic motivation behind this implementation is to present a promising approach, because it provides an elastic, pay-as- you-go pricing model that can be used to address workload fluctuations, while the large data centers, that are typical of cloud infrastructures, can provide the computational power required to manage the huge amount of multimedia data of modern applications.
II. LITERATURE SURVEY
In previous few years multimedia applications are recognized to represent a significant challenge for cloud computing systems  as a result of they place great overhead not solely on cpu and storage needs, additionally conjointly on the communication infrastructure. Recently, most studies within the field have projected solutions that enable mobile devices to access multimedia made applications by offloading the computing intensive tasks on the cloud servers , . These works target delivering top quality multimedia services that may guarantee the agreed QoS and save energy on the mobile devices to extend their lifespan. However, they are doing not take into account the energy-related problems at the info center level, that square measure significantly difficult within the context of multimedia applications requiring high amounts of cpu and bandwidth resources.
Most of the prevailing approaches for energy-saving in cloud data center specialise in scheduling jobs between computing servers and providing energy potency by suggests that of some hardware techniques, like DVFS , , , . Schedulers that exploit this feature are classified in  as static and sequential.
III. EXISTING SYSTEM
Cloud data centers become more and more powerful, energy consumption becomes a major challenge both for environmental concerns and for economic reasons, Hence we have implemented the model to save server running cost which is social network website. Fig. 1 shows data flow diagram of optimized version. First of all users have to do registration first and then they are able to do the authentication. Then users are able to do all the operations. Here the data get stored on server in optimized form such as the current wall consists of all the recent post. And the wall 2020 and wall 2021 consist of old posts where fig. 2 shows un- optimized version the data get stored on server in un-optimized form such as the wall consists of all the post.
Figure 3 shows Home Page which contain links of all the thee modules in which Optimize Version contain social media network have optimize backend server which will save overall running cost of electricity which will lead to the green revolution . Then Un-optimize Version contain social media network which have un-optimize backend server which will not save overall running cost of electricity which will not lead to the green revolution. And then Admin Panel will show comparison between optimize cloud social media and un-optimize cloud social media. Figure 4 shows the home page of Un-optimize version. It consists of two buttons one is registration button and another is login button. Then figure 5 shows Un-optimize Version Wall. Once authentication of user completed, user wall is open. It consists of all the data that are posted by user’s friend. User wall consists of some buttons and they are: home, search friend, accept friend request, my posts etc. where Figure 6 shows the home page of an optimize version. It consists of two buttons one is registration button and another is login button. Then figure 7 and figure 8 shows walls of optimized version where wall-1 is divided into multiple database server. These posts comes from main server. And wall 2 where wall is divided into multiple database server. These posts comes from older wall database server where user request less here. So we put all those wall data in other database server so that main server needs to process less as comparative to the Un-optimize version. Then Figure 9 shows result which is comparison graph of optimized and un-optimized cloud. Here graph 1 server idle state in optimized cloud and graph 2 shows server idle state in un-optimized cloud.
Cloud data centers become more and more powerful, energy consumption becomes a major challenge both for environmental concerns and for economic reasons, to address this problem, this dissertation proposed a model of social network website in which three modules are implemented named as optimized version, un-optimized version and admin section. In optimized version server get optimized in such way that old data server should run on minimum cost. And in un-optimized version the data server should run on maximum cost. Also we find out the pattern of data consuming users and according to that the graphs get generated.
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