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Delivering scalable and on-demand computing resources to users through the usage of the cloud has become a common paradigm. The issues of effective resource utilisation and application performance optimisation, however, become more pressing as the demand for cloud services rises. In order to ensure efficient resource allocation and improve application performance, load balancing techniques are essential in dispersing incoming network traffic over several servers. The workload balancing in the context of cloud computing, particularly in the Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) model, continues to be difficult. Due to available virtual machines and the limited resources, efficient job allocation is essential. To prevent prolonged execution delays or machine breakdowns, cloud service providers must maintain excellent performance and avoid overloading or underloading hosts. The importance of task scheduling in load balancing necessitates compliance with Service Level Agreement (SLA) standards established by cloud developers for consumers. The suggested technique takes into account Quality of Service (QoS) job parameters, VM priorities, and resource allocation in order to maximise resource utilisation and improve load balancing. The proposed load balancing method is in line with the results in the body of existing literature by resolving these problems and the current research gap. According to experimental findings, the Dynamic LBA algorithm currently in use is outperformed by an average resource utilisation of 78%. The suggested algorithm also exhibits excellent performance in terms of accelerated Makespan and decreased execution time.
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