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A resiliency framework for an enterprise cloud

A resiliency framework for an enterprise cloud
A resiliency framework for an enterprise cloud
This paper presents a systematic approach to develop a resilient software system which can be developed as emerging services and analytics for resiliency. While using the resiliency as a good example for enterprise cloud security, all resilient characteristics should be blended together to produce greater impacts. A framework, Cloud Computing Adoption Framework (CCAF), is presented in details. CCAF has four major types of emerging services and each one has been explained in details with regard to the individual function and how each one can be integrated. CCAF is an architectural framework that blends software resilience, service components and guidelines together and provides real case studies to produce greater impacts to the organizations adopting Cloud Computing and security. CCAF provides business alignments and provides agility, efficiency and integration for business competitive edge. In order to validate user requirements and system designs, a large scale survey has been conducted with detailed analysis provided for each major question. We present our discussion and conclude that the use of CCAF framework can illustrate software resilience and security improvement for enterprise security. CCAF framework itself is validated as an emerging service for Enterprise Cloud Computing with analytics showing survey analysis.
software resiliency, resilient software for enterprise cloud, cloud computing adoption framework (CCAF), cloud security and software engineering best practice
0268-4012
155-166
Chang, Victor
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Chang, Victor, Ramachandran, Muthu, Yao, Yulin, Kuo, Yen-Hung and Li, Chung-Sheng (2016) A resiliency framework for an enterprise cloud. International Journal of Information Management, 36 (1), 155-166. (doi:10.1016/j.ijinfomgt.2015.09.008).

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This paper presents a systematic approach to develop a resilient software system which can be developed as emerging services and analytics for resiliency. While using the resiliency as a good example for enterprise cloud security, all resilient characteristics should be blended together to produce greater impacts. A framework, Cloud Computing Adoption Framework (CCAF), is presented in details. CCAF has four major types of emerging services and each one has been explained in details with regard to the individual function and how each one can be integrated. CCAF is an architectural framework that blends software resilience, service components and guidelines together and provides real case studies to produce greater impacts to the organizations adopting Cloud Computing and security. CCAF provides business alignments and provides agility, efficiency and integration for business competitive edge. In order to validate user requirements and system designs, a large scale survey has been conducted with detailed analysis provided for each major question. We present our discussion and conclude that the use of CCAF framework can illustrate software resilience and security improvement for enterprise security. CCAF framework itself is validated as an emerging service for Enterprise Cloud Computing with analytics showing survey analysis.

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Accepted/In Press date: 30 September 2015
e-pub ahead of print date: 9 October 2015
Published date: 1 February 2016
Venue - Dates: Enterprise Security 2015, in conjunction of CloudCom 2015, Canada, 2015-11-30 - 2015-12-03
Keywords: software resiliency, resilient software for enterprise cloud, cloud computing adoption framework (CCAF), cloud security and software engineering best practice
Organisations: Electronic & Software Systems

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Local EPrints ID: 380198
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/380198
ISSN: 0268-4012
PURE UUID: ae8b7fe4-f9e0-4281-bcd8-3ec9ea40e9e0

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Date deposited: 07 Aug 2015 21:44
Last modified: 15 Aug 2019 05:36

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Author: Victor Chang
Author: Muthu Ramachandran
Author: Yulin Yao
Author: Yen-Hung Kuo
Author: Chung-Sheng Li

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