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Self-management for cloud computing

Self-management for cloud computing
Self-management for cloud computing
Cloud computing is an emergent technology in the process of becoming ubiquitous. This requires strategies to deal with challenging situations. While a P2P structure is suitable under usual circumstances, other structures may be required in case of strong perturbations and disruptions. This paper describes a partial blackout scenario: the Cloud uses self-management properties to switch from a peer-to-peer structure to a temporary centralised structure, and then returns to normal. The system remains adaptive at all times, while maintaining performance under aggravated conditions. To achieve such self-management, a specific design pattern is suggested. Properties for self-adaptive and self-managing system are described, and implementation perspectives are discussed.
940-946
IEEE
Puviani, M.
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Frei, R.
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Puviani, M.
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Frei, R.
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Puviani, M. and Frei, R. (2013) Self-management for cloud computing. In 2013 Science and Information Conference (SAI 2013). IEEE. pp. 940-946 .

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Abstract

Cloud computing is an emergent technology in the process of becoming ubiquitous. This requires strategies to deal with challenging situations. While a P2P structure is suitable under usual circumstances, other structures may be required in case of strong perturbations and disruptions. This paper describes a partial blackout scenario: the Cloud uses self-management properties to switch from a peer-to-peer structure to a temporary centralised structure, and then returns to normal. The system remains adaptive at all times, while maintaining performance under aggravated conditions. To achieve such self-management, a specific design pattern is suggested. Properties for self-adaptive and self-managing system are described, and implementation perspectives are discussed.

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Published date: 2013

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Local EPrints ID: 433045
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/433045
PURE UUID: 244f98d7-fbcd-4b35-ad25-5da026a1500a
ORCID for R. Frei: ORCID iD orcid.org/0000-0002-0953-6413

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Date deposited: 07 Aug 2019 16:30
Last modified: 03 Dec 2019 01:21

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Author: M. Puviani
Author: R. Frei ORCID iD

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