Cloud

Q-Clouds: Managing Performance Interference Effects for QoS-Aware Clouds

Date Added: Feb 2010
Format: PDF

Cloud computing offers users the ability to access large pools of computational and storage resources on demand. Multiple commercial clouds already allow businesses to replace, or supplement, privately owned IT assets, alleviating them from the burden of managing and maintaining these facilities. However, there are issues that must be addressed before this vision of utility computing can be fully realized. In existing systems, customers are charged based upon the amount of resources used or reserved, but no guarantees are made regarding the application level performance or Quality-of-Service (QoS) that the given resources will provide.