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Software architecture definition for on-demand cloud provisioning

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Software architecture definition for on-demand cloud provisioning
Cloud computing [22] is a promising paradigm for the provisioning of IT services. Cloud computing infrastructures, such as those offered by the RESERVOIR project, aim to facilitate the deployment, management and execution of services across multiple physical locations in a seamless manner. In order for service providers to meet their quality of service objectives, it is important to examine how software architectures can be described to take full advantage of the capabilities introduced by such platforms. When dealing with software systems involving numerous loosely coupled components, architectural constraints need to be made explicit to ensure continuous operation when allocating and migrating services from one host in the Cloud to another. In addition, the need for optimising resources and minimising over-provisioning requires service providers to control the dynamic adjustment of capacity throughout the entire service lifecycle. We discuss the implications for software architectur...
Clovis Chapman, Wolfgang Emmerich, Fermín G
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Type Conference
Year 2010
Where HPDC
Authors Clovis Chapman, Wolfgang Emmerich, Fermín Galán Márquez, Stuart Clayman, Alex Galis
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