Research Opportunities in an Intercloud Environment Using MOSt in SLA4CLOUD Project

Abstract : Actually, Internet services are becoming essential for different types of users. This evolution impacts how data connections , network routes and resources are configured and used. In this context, the way in which distributed applications and services is becoming more difficult to manage. Cloud computing allows interactions between cloud providers and cloud service providers, and cloud providers can offer deployment services in different datacenters located in different world regions. Much development effort is needed for deploying scalable solutions. One of the these challenges is how to design, develop and deploy cloud solutions that could meet the policies and security requirements of multiple environments needs. The SLA4CLOUD project intends to build an environment where a user can request the deployment of its services anywhere in the underlying infrastructure, using the MOSt platform and its services. This work aims to report some opportunities and research challenges resulting from SLA4CLOUD project in the context of MOSt platform, and the promotion of new projects and partnerships.
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Emanuel Coutinho, Marcelo Santos, Stenio Fernandes, José Neuman de Souza, Thiago Moreira da Costa, et al.. Research Opportunities in an Intercloud Environment Using MOSt in SLA4CLOUD Project. 4th International Workshop on ADVANCEs in ICT INfrastructures and Services (ADVANCE 2015), Dec 2015, Recife, Brazil. pp.6--13. ⟨hal-01775182⟩

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