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Deploying Distributed Cloud Infrastructures: Who and at What Cost?

Anthony Simonet, Adrien Lebre, Anne-Cecile Orgerie
2016 2016 IEEE International Conference on Cloud Engineering Workshop (IC2EW)  
Academics and industry experts are now advocating for going from large-centralized Cloud Computing (CC) infrastructures to smaller ones massively distributed at the edge of the network.  ...  In this article, we go beyond the state of the art of the current cost model of DCC infrastructures. First, we provide a classification of the different ways of deploying DCC platforms.  ...  To address the question of who could deploy a DCC infrastructure and at what cost, we proposed a classification of possible actors in the DCC market and a detailed cost model for providing virtual machines  ... 
doi:10.1109/ic2ew.2016.48 dblp:conf/ic2e/SimonetLO16 fatcat:nlj7nmkff5d5tg5677nmuudhb4

Management of Context-Aware Software Resources Deployed in a Cloud Environment For Improving Quality of Mobile Cloud Services

Sohame Mohammadi
2014 International Journal of Distributed and Parallel systems  
of the server hosting highly-requested context-aware software while reducing costs of cloud provider.  ...  In cloud computing environments, context information is continuously created by context providers and consumed by the applications on mobile devices.  ...  scheme deployed in each of the geographically distributed datacenters, context cache replacement policies to be applied at the time of loading new context data to replace the prior contexts when the cache  ... 
doi:10.5121/ijdps.2014.5501 fatcat:2uth22a4bvdypl5qnsg3b7zx6e

Computational Infrastructures

Alessandro Constantini
2019 Zenodo  
Materials on Computational Infrastructures delivered at the 2019 CODATA-RDA Research Data Science school in Trieste, Italy  ...  rules, etc.) • Public Cloud: -The infrastructure is available to the public at large.  ...  … however, without Cloud providers (public or private), and without efficient and effective ways of managing distributed resources, applications cannot be deployed!  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3579437 fatcat:gcvq5ix3mrhhncwdjzhbg6ltgi

JINR Cloud Infrastructure

V.V. Korenkov, N.A. Kutovskiy, N.A. Balashov, A.V. Baranov, R.N. Semenov
2015 Procedia Computer Science  
various apps in various environments) and system administrators (testing and studying specifics of installation and operation of new apps or verifying updates) a cloud infrastructure was deployed at the  ...  distributed over two servers including MySQL data base replicas, and cloud data store based on distributed network file system.  ...  Acknowledgement Some work on JINR cloud deployment and development was partially supported by Russian Foundation for Basic Research (RFBR) grant #14-07-90405 "Cloud computing technologies development and  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2015.11.065 fatcat:jivbkspud5fqno7gydkmmpe5yi

A Cloud Service Broker for Cost Effective Infrastructure Selection using Multiple Deployment Options

Raphael Gomes, Geovany Rodrigues, Gilberto Lobo
2020 International Journal of Computer Applications  
reasoning processes; and 2) an on-premises infrastructure cost estimation strategy using a Total Cost of Ownership analysis.  ...  , and cloud deployment models.  ...  For instance, in training neural network models, the geo-distribution of datacenters can be exploited as a strategy for allocating computational power at a lower cost.  ... 
doi:10.5120/ijca2020920874 fatcat:dvfnmm4lu5hshkgxz4sbbpou5a

Techno-economic framework for cloud infrastructure: a cost study of resource disaggregation

Mozhgan Mahloo, Joãoo Monteiro Soares, Amir Roozbeh
2017 Proceedings of the 2017 Federated Conference on Computer Science and Information Systems  
This article presents a framework to assess cloud infrastructure economic efficiency, taking into account three main aspects: application profiling, hardware dimensioning and total cost of ownership (TCO  ...  Hence, the economic efficiency becomes vital for cloud infrastructure providers despite their size.  ...  how much and what type of IT hardware needs to be purchased.  ... 
doi:10.15439/2017f111 dblp:conf/fedcsis/MahlooSR17 fatcat:kz5bqdydhbcefng22dainh4lei

Improving Utilization of Infrastructure Clouds

Paul Marshall, Kate Keahey, Tim Freeman
2011 2011 11th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Grid Computing  
of the cloud infrastructure (thereby decreasing the overall cost) and contributing cycles that would otherwise be idle to processing HTC jobs.  ...  For demonstration and experimental evaluation, we extend the Nimbus cloud computing toolkit to deploy backfill VMs on idle cloud nodes for processing an HTC workload.  ...  In such an infrastructure, backfill VMs are deployed on idle cloud nodes and can be configured to perform any desired function.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ccgrid.2011.56 dblp:conf/ccgrid/MarshallKF11 fatcat:y3kuluq45jebrex3s7voujwtwa

Optimizing Infrastructures for Testing Using Virtualization [article]

Omer Khalid, Arsalaan Sheikh, Brice Copy
2012 arXiv   pre-print
Virtualization technology and cloud computing have brought a paradigm shift in the way we utilize, deploy and manage computer resources.  ...  This paper reports both on the techniques that have been used to setup a private cloud on a commodity hardware and also presents the optimization techniques we used to remove deployment specific performance  ...  • Which storage architecture (shared or distributed) will deliver optimal performance? • What will be average wait-time for deploying a virtual machine?  ... 
arXiv:1210.7385v1 fatcat:fb3e6dducrg2roxzhe46xnhjk4

Infrastructure sensing

Kenichi Soga, Jennifer Schooling
2016 Interface Focus  
They include distributed fibre-optics sensors, computer vision, wireless sensor networks, low-power micro-electromechanical systems, energy harvesting and citizens as sensors.  ...  Design, construction, maintenance and upgrading of civil engineering infrastructure requires fresh thinking to minimize use of materials, energy and labour.  ...  The authors thank the following past and current researchers at Cambridge who shared the research ideas and projects described in this paper: Keita Abe, Mehdi Alhaddad, Mohamad  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsfs.2016.0023 pmid:27499845 pmcid:PMC4918836 fatcat:3selfr6t5rfjzfkxml7rn4rc3i

FROM GRID COMPUTING TO CLOUD INFRASTRUCTURES

Logica Banica, Cristian Ştefan
2013 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTERS & TECHNOLOGY  
physical resources and of the services for their users, like Grid computing paradigms, and lately Cloud infrastructures.In this paper we will conduct a comparative analysis of the architectures and services  ...  As a consequence of the economic crisis, the funds allocated for the development of the IT&C infrastructure in all domains become scarcer, whilst the need for computing services increases day by day and  ...  easy to use and deploy What are the drawbacks?  ... 
doi:10.24297/ijct.v12i1.3372 fatcat:pn235hfuvbca7poryfw2zzi46m

Infrastructure Aware Scientific Workflows and Infrastructure Aware Workflow Managers in Science Gateways

Peter Kacsuk, Gabor Kecskemeti, Attila Kertesz, Zsolt Nemeth, József Kovács, Zoltán Farkas
2016 Journal of Grid Computing  
These are scientific workflows extended with new node types that enable the on-the-fly creation and destruction of the required infrastructures in the clouds.  ...  The paper shows the semantics of these new types of nodes and workflows and also how they can solve the workflow interoperability problem.  ...  This paper is a significantly revised and extended version of the workshop paper [32] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10723-016-9380-0 fatcat:ar3cmtdvurdjfedxrjtpwymaly

Revolutionising Computing Infrastructure For Citizen Empowerment

Noa Zilberman
2017 Zenodo  
In order to maintain citizens' right for privacy while still encouraging an evolving digital economy, people should be given the right to choose where their data is stored and who holds it,a currently  ...  We propose that through the revolution of computing infrastructure, enabled by new computing architectures, a healthier competitive environment can thrive.  ...  We acknowledge the support from the Leverhulme Trust (ECF-2016-289) and the Isaac Newton Trust.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.884160 fatcat:de2nyna6ujahta37jaj7336ox4

Security Infrastructure for Dynamically Provisioned Cloud Infrastructure Services [chapter]

Yuri Demchenko, Canh Ngo, Cees de Laat, Diego R. Lopez, Antonio Morales, Joan A. García-Espín
2012 Computer Communications and Networks  
This chapter discusses conceptual issues, basic requirements and practical suggestions for designing dynamically configured security infrastructure provisioned on demand as part of the cloud-based infrastructure  ...  This chapter describes general use cases for provisioning cloud infrastructure services and the proposed architectural framework that provides a basis for defining the security infrastructure requirements  ...  Acknowledgement This work is supported by the FP7 EU-funded project GEANT3 (FP7-ICT-238875) and the FP7 EU-funded integrated project the Generalised Architecture for Dynamic Infrastructure Services (GEYSERS  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4471-4189-1_5 fatcat:ri2iagravjbpblkqzfhpceeof4

Media Facility Infrastructure of the Future

Eric F. Pohl
2014 SMPTE Motion Imaging Journal  
on a cloud infrastructure PAAS: The capability provided to the consumer is to deploy onto the cloud infrastructure consumer-created or acquired applications created using programming languages, libraries  ...  At the time we had only a few image formats in worldwide use in television production In contrast, look at what is happening today.  ... 
doi:10.5594/j18380 fatcat:es33kkifc5he5blgixpf5wlcbu

Hosting critical infrastructure services in the cloud environment considerations

Áine MacDermott, Qi Shi, Madjid Merabti, Kashif Kifayat
2015 International Journal of Critical Infrastructures  
Finally, we present our observation and our current research into hosting critical infrastructure services in the cloud environment, and the considerations for detecting cloud attacks.  ...  This paper provides an overview of critical infrastructure and the cloud computing relationship, whilst detailing security concerns and existing protection methods.  ...  For example, due to the opacity of cloud environments, the risks of deploying cloud-based critical infrastructure services are difficult to assess, especially at the technical level, but also from legal  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijcis.2015.073843 fatcat:5diauulhbrfcpl3i7tvh52uehe
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