Green computing literature review

Energy Efficiency for Data Center and Cloud Computing: A Literature Review We investigated previous research based on energy efficiency approach and obtained the conditions to facilitate green cloud computing. Reducing energy consumption and emissions of carbon dioxide (CO 2 1. Literature Review on Green IT Green computing, the study and practice of efficient and ecofriendly computing resources, is now under the attention of not only environmental organizations, but also businesses from other Green Computing Literature Review School Green Computing Literature Review In the contemporary age, development of an understanding of Green IT and its leveraging is critical for the sustained growth and progress of a business.

A Review on Green Computing for EcoFriendly and Sustainable IT. computing for ecofriendly and sustainable IT remains an open issue. These papers relates to literature review process A systematic literature review on green software metrics Paolo Bozzelli Department of Computer Science VU University Amsterdam The Netherlands Green computing literature review s3 us west In existing buildings, BIM application and stakeholder involvement is seldom.

Challenges are automated BIM creation, BIM update and handling uncertain BIM data. In this survey, we review the main achievements of green cloud computing. First, an overview of cloud computing is given. Then, recent studies and developments are summarized, and environmental issues are specically addressed. Finally, future research directions and open Green Cloud Computing: A Literature Survey Technologies that try to minimize their effects on the environment are called green technologies and they have become quintessential in the modern world.

Green computing is concerned with trying to minimize the environmental effort of the IT business on the environment. A Review on Green Computing for Ecofriendly and Sustainable IT Khalid Raza1 V. K. Patle2 Sandeep Arya3, 1 Department of Computer Science, Jamia Millia Islamia (Central University), New Delhi, India. to review the current literature on Green IT studies from both the academic and practitioner journals and publications in order to identify gaps that need to be filled with rigorous academic research.