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Lecture Notes in Computer Science
With the increasing adoption of Cloud Computing, we observe an increasing need for Cloud Benchmarks, in order to assess the performance of Cloud infrastructures and software stacks, to assist with provisioning decisions for Cloud users, and to compare Cloud offerings. We understand our paper as one of the first systematic approaches to the topic of Cloud Benchmarks. Our driving principle is that Cloud Benchmarks must consider end-to-end performance and pricing, taking into account that servicesdoi:10.1007/978-3-642-36727-4_12 fatcat:aiva75paozeepb3dnriuysj4vy