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ISCA
2010
IEEE
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13 years 11 months ago
NoHype: virtualized cloud infrastructure without the virtualization
Cloud computing is a disruptive trend that is changing the way we use computers. The key underlying technology in cloud infrastructures is virtualization – so much so that many ...
Eric Keller, Jakub Szefer, Jennifer Rexford, Ruby ...
CCS
2011
ACM
12 years 6 months ago
Eliminating the hypervisor attack surface for a more secure cloud
Cloud computing is quickly becoming the platform of choice for many web services. Virtualization is the key underlying technology enabling cloud providers to host services for a l...
Jakub Szefer, Eric Keller, Ruby B. Lee, Jennifer R...
EUROMICRO
2009
IEEE
13 years 10 months ago
Secure Service-Oriented Grid Computing with Public Virtual Worker Nodes
Cloud computing uses virtualization technologies to offer a non-shared use rental of computer resources with publicly accessible worker nodes. However, unlike Grid computing, Cloud...
Matthias Schmidt, Niels Fallenbeck, Matthew Smith,...
GCC
2009
Springer
13 years 4 months ago
Interfaces for Placement, Migration, and Monitoring of Virtual Machines in Federated Clouds
Current cloud computing infrastructure offerings are lacking in interoperability, which is a hindrance to the advancement and adoption of the cloud computing paradigm. As clouds ar...
Erik Elmroth, Lars Larsson
ICDCS
2012
IEEE
11 years 9 months ago
PREPARE: Predictive Performance Anomaly Prevention for Virtualized Cloud Systems
Abstract—Virtualized cloud systems are prone to performance anomalies due to various reasons such as resource contentions, software bugs, and hardware failures. In this paper, we...
Yongmin Tan, Hiep Nguyen, Zhiming Shen, Xiaohui Gu...