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The Resource Cloud Portability and Interoperability : Issues and Current Trends

Cloud Portability and Interoperability : Issues and Current Trends

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Cloud Portability and Interoperability : Issues and Current Trends
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Cloud Portability and Interoperability
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Issues and Current Trends
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  • This book offers readers a quick, comprehensive and up-to-date overview of the most important methodologies, technologies, APIs and standards related to the portability and interoperability of cloud applications and services, illustrated by a number of use cases representing a variety of interoperability and portability scenarios. The lack of portability and interoperability between cloud platforms at different service levels is the main issue affecting cloud-based services today. The brokering, negotiation, management, monitoring and reconfiguration of cloud resources are challenging tasks for developers and users of cloud applications due to the different business models associated with resource consumption, and to the variety of services and features offered by different cloud providers. In chapter 1 the concepts of cloud portability and interoperability are introduced, together with the issues and limitations arising when such features are lacking or ignored. Subsequently, chapter 2 provides an overview of the state-of-the-art methodologies and technologies that are currently used or being explored to enable cloud portability and interoperability. Chapter 3 illustrates the main cross-platform cloud APIs and how they can solve interoperability and portability issues. In turn, chapter 4 presents a set of ready-to-use solutions which, either because of their broad-scale use in cloud computing scenarios or because they utilize established or emerging standards, play a fundamental part in providing interoperable and portable solutions. Lastly, chapter 5 presents an overview of emerging standards for cloud Interoperability and portability. Researchers and developers of cloud-based services will find here a brief survey of the relevant methodologies, APIs and standards, illustrated by case studies and complemented by an extensive reference list for
  • more detailed descriptions of every topic covered
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Cloud Portability and Interoperability : Issues and Current Trends
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Contents
  • Preface -- Contents -- 1 Cloud Portability and Interoperability -- 1.1 Cloud Basics and Reference Architectures -- 1.2 Cloud Interoperability and Portability Definitions -- 1.2.1 Cloud Computing Use Case Scenarios -- 1.2.2 A Case Study -- References -- 2 Methodologies for Cloud Portability and Interoperability -- 2.1 Model-Driven Approach for Design, Provisioning, Execution {u0083} -- 2.1.1 MDA in MODAClouds -- 2.1.2 MDA in ARTIST -- 2.1.3 MDA in REMICS -- 2.1.4 MDA in PaaSage -- 2.2 Semantic Approaches -- 2.2.1 Semantics in mOSAIC -- 2.2.2 Semantics in Cloud4SOA -- 2.2.3 Semantic Sky -- 2.3 Multi-Agent Systems -- 2.3.1 Brokering, Negotiation, and Monitoring with mOSAIC's Cloud Agency -- 2.3.2 Agent-Based Cloud Resource Management Testbed -- 2.4 Cloud Patterns -- 2.4.1 How Cloud Patterns Can Enable Interoperability and Portability -- 2.4.2 IBM Virtual Patterns -- 2.4.3 Azure Cloud Patterns -- 2.4.4 Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud Design Patterns -- 2.4.5 Agnostic Patterns: The CloudPatterns.org Community -- 2.4.6 Comparison Between Cloud Patterns -- 2.4.7 Semantic Cloud Patterns -- 2.4.8 Cloud Patterns: Engagement with Case Study and Positioning with Respect to Use Case Scenarios and Features -- References -- 3 Cross-Platform Cloud APIs -- 3.1 Introduction to Cross-Platform Cloud APIs -- 3.2 DeltaCloud -- 3.2.1 How to Use DeltaCloud -- 3.3 OpenNebula -- 3.3.1 Different Users' Perspectives -- 3.3.2 OpenNebula Architecture -- 3.4 DeltaCloud and OpenNebula: Engagement with Case Study and Positioning with Respect to Use Case Scenarios and Features -- 3.5 mOSAIC API -- 3.5.1 Engagement with Case Study and Positioning with Respect to Use Case Scenarios and Features -- 3.6 Apache Libcloud -- 3.7 Apache JClouds -- 3.8 Comparative Analysis -- References -- 4 Ready-to-Go Solutions -- 4.1 Amazon Web Services (AWS) -- 4.1.1 Compute Services
  • 4.1.2 Storage and Database Services -- 4.1.3 Networking Services -- 4.1.4 Deployment and Management -- 4.1.5 Engagement with Case Study and Positioning with Respect to Use Case Scenarios and Features -- 4.2 OpenStack -- 4.2.1 Access to OpenStack Services -- 4.2.2 Engagement with Case Study and Positioning with Respect to Use Case Scenarios and Features -- 4.3 Oracle PaaS -- 4.3.1 Engagement with Case Study and Positioning with Respect to Use Case Scenarios and Features -- 4.4 OpenShift -- 4.4.1 OpenShift Architecture -- 4.4.2 Support to Portability -- 4.4.3 Engagement with Case Study and Positioning with Respect to Use Case Scenarios and Features -- 4.5 Microsoft Azure -- 4.5.1 Azure IaaS Level Services -- 4.5.2 Azure PaaS-Level Services -- 4.5.3 Engagement with Case Study and Positioning with Respect to Use Case Scenarios and Features -- 4.6 Google Cloud Platform -- 4.6.1 Google Compute Engine -- 4.6.2 Google Cloud Storage -- 4.6.3 Google App Engine -- 4.6.4 Google BigQuery -- 4.6.5 Engagement with Case Study and Positioning with Respect to Use Case Scenarios and Features -- 4.7 Bluemix -- 4.7.1 Overview of the Offered Services -- 4.7.2 Engagement with Case Study and Positioning with Respect to Use Case Scenarios and Features -- 4.8 ElasticBox -- 4.9 Docker -- 4.9.1 Internal Components -- 4.10 Cloudify -- References -- 5 Research Initiatives and Emerging Standards -- 5.1 European Commission Initiatives -- 5.2 Topology and Orchestration Specification for Cloud Applications -- 5.2.1 TOSCA Architecture and Components -- 5.2.2 Composition of Service Templates -- 5.2.3 TOSCA Container: CSAR -- 5.2.4 Implementing Tools: Winery, OpenTosca, and Vinothek -- 5.2.5 Engagement with Case Study and Positioning with Respect to Use Case Scenarios and Features -- 5.3 Cloud Infrastructure Management Interface -- 5.3.1 Scope -- 5.3.2 CIMI Model
  • 5.3.3 Security -- 5.4 Cloud Data Management Interface -- 5.4.1 Core Concepts -- 5.4.2 Queue Objects -- 5.4.3 Security -- 5.5 Open Cloud Computing Interface -- 5.5.1 The OCCI Core Model -- 5.5.2 Security -- 5.6 Cloud Application Management for Platforms -- 5.6.1 CAMP Model -- 5.6.2 Operations and Sensors -- 5.6.3 Application Deployment -- 5.7 Cloud Standards Coordination Initiative -- 5.7.1 Role Definitions -- 5.7.2 Use Case Descriptions -- 5.8 IEEE Standard for Intercloud Interoperability and Federation -- 5.8.1 The Intercloud Topology -- 5.8.2 The Intercloud Protocols and Standards -- 5.9 Intercloud Architecture for Interoperability and Integration -- 5.9.1 Scope of the Work -- 5.9.2 Elements of the Framework -- 5.10 De Facto Standards in Cloud Computing -- References
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