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Policy-based dynamic provisioning in data centers based on SLAs, business rules and business objectives

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Policy-based dynamic provisioning in data centers based on SLAs, business rules and business objectives
—A policy can be defined as any type of formal behavioural guide that is input to the system. Examples of policies that can be found in data center management systems include SLA, traditional event-triggered rules and business objectives. Specified policies are mapped to executable elements in the system. Usually each policy is mapped separately. This work shows how a set of policy can be considered as a whole in the context of the management of a data center. Keywords- Policies, business rules, business objectives, SLAs, optimization model, data center, dynamic provisioning
Angela McCloskey, Bradley Simmons, Hanan Lutfiyya
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Type Conference
Year 2008
Where NOMS
Authors Angela McCloskey, Bradley Simmons, Hanan Lutfiyya
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