This paper is devoted to the problem of reducing the time for processing of the requests that arrive at a data center to be serviced, taking into account a topological structure of the center. However, to take into account the structure of the data center is not enough, an important factor while servicing the requests is survivability of such a structure, because when the structure is stable, the system performs faster and redirects the required service to a user. In this paper, there is a method proposed for assessing stability of the structure of virtualized data centers taking into account intensity of the requests that arrive at VM. This will allow based on the structure stability at a particular moment the recalculation of an optimal transmission route to be skipped that will reduce service delays.
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