Dynamic Topology Orchestration for Distributed Cloud-Based Applications

This paper describes a specification language and architecture for managing distributed software and mapped compute, storage and network infrastructure services dynamically, beyond the state of the art in cloud computing. This is referred to as dynamic application topology orchestration, where the mapping and configuration of distributed, interconnected, interdependent application services and infrastructure resources are dynamically adjusted, according to guarantees in Service Level Agreements (SLAs) and operational constraints. The viability and benefits of this architectural approach are compared against simpler strategies, to establish technical and business cases for the associated engineering effort.

Provided by: University of Bergen Topic: Cloud Date Added: Dec 2012 Format: PDF

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