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This To achieve optimal system performance in the quickly developing field of cloud computing, efficient resource management—which includes accurate job scheduling and optimized Virtual Machine (VM) migration—is essential. The Adaptive Multi-Agent System with Deep Deterministic Policy Gradient (AMS-DDPG) Algorithm is used in this study to propose a cutting-edge hybrid optimization algorithm for effective virtual machine migration and task scheduling. An sophisticated combination of the War Strategy Optimization (WSO) and Rat Swarm Optimizer (RSO) algorithms, the Iterative Concept of War and Rat Swarm (ICWRS) algorithm is the foundation of this technique. Notably, ICWRS optimizes the system with an amazing 93% accuracy, especially for load balancing, job scheduling, and virtual machine migration. The VM migration and task scheduling flexibility and efficiency are greatly improved by the AMS-DDPG technology, which uses a powerful combination of deterministic policy gradient and deep reinforcement learning. By assuring the best possible resource allocation, the Adaptive Multi-Agent System method enhances decision-making even more. Performance in cloud-based virtualized systems is significantly enhanced by our hybrid method, which combines deep learning and multi-agent coordination. Extensive tests that include a detailed comparison with conventional techniques verify the effectiveness of the suggested strategy. As a consequence, our hybrid optimization approach is successful. The findings show significant improvements in system efficiency, shorter job completion times, and optimum resource utilization. Cloud-based systems have unrealized potential for synergistic optimization, as shown by the integration of ICWRS inside the AMS-DDPG framework. Enabling a high-performing and sustainable cloud computing infrastructure that can adapt to the changing needs of modern computing paradigms is made possible by this strategic resource allocation, which is attained via careful computational utilization.