Main Article Content
Distributed computing epitomizes an approach perfectly suited to the realm of IT commitments, leveraging the aggregation of information and resources through electronic cloud service providers utilizing interconnected hardware and software primarily based online, all at a reasonable cost. However, resource sharing can lead to challenges in their accessibility, potentially causing system crashes. To counter this, the technique of distributing network traffic across multiple servers, known as load balancing, plays a pivotal role. This paper ensures that no single server is overwhelmed, thereby preventing overloads and enhancing user responsiveness by equitably distributing tasks. Moreover, it significantly enhances the accessibility of tasks and websites to users. The fundamental objective of this concept is to comprehend load regulation, which operates in tandem with associated frameworks within communication structures like the Web. Load balancing stands as a critical domain within distributed computing, designed to prevent overburdening and to provide equally significant support. Various algorithms are employed to assess the system's complexity. In our proposed strategy, a process is outlined to determine optimal storage space utilization in real-time, utilizing 100 virtual computers, achieving an impressive 92% accuracy rate in its computations. This innovative approach promises efficient resource allocation within the distributed computing framework, thereby optimizing performance and accessibility for end-users.