Application Performance Optimization in Multicloud Environment
Keywords:Cloud computing, multicloud computing, architecture, multicriteria optimization
AbstractThrough the development and accessibility of the Internet, nowadays the cloud computing has become a very popular. Through the development and accessibility of the Internet, nowadays the cloud computing has become a very popular. This concept has the potential to change the use of information technologies. Cloud computing is the technology that provides infrastructure, platform or software as a service via the network to a huge number of remote users. The main benefit of cloud computing is the utilization of elastic resources and virtualization. Two main properties are required from clouds by users: interoperability and privacy. This article focuses on interoperability. Nowadays it is difficult to migrate an application between clouds offered by different providers. The article deals with that problem in multicloud environment. Specifically, it focuses on the application performance optimization in a multicloud environment. A new method is suggested based on the state of the art. The method is divided into three parts: multicloud architecture, method of a horizontal scalability, and taxonomy for multicriteria optimization. The principles of the method were applied in a design of multicriteria optimization architecture, which we verified experimentally. The aim of our experiment is carried on a portal offering a platform according to the users' requirements.
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Bobák, M., Hluchý, L., & Tran, V. (2017). Application Performance Optimization in Multicloud Environment. COMPUTING AND INFORMATICS, 35(6), 1359–1385. Retrieved from https://www.cai.sk/ojs/index.php/cai/article/view/3546
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