Modeling Dynamic Virtualized Resource Landscapes
Modern data centers are subject to an increasing demand for flexibility. Increased flexibility and dynamics, however, also result in a higher system complexity. This complexity carries on to run-time resource management for Quality-of-Service (QoS) enforcement, rendering design-time approaches for QoS assurance inadequate. In this paper, the authors present a set of novel meta-models that can be used to describe the resource landscape, the architecture and resource layers of dynamic virtualized data center infrastructures, as well as their run-time adaptation and resource management aspects.