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Cloud computing and RESERVOIR project
  • Publication Type:
    Journal article
  • Publication Sub Type:
    Journal Article
  • Authors:
    Beco S, Maraschini A, Pacini F, Biran O, Breitgand D, Meth K, Rochwerger B, Salant E, Silvera E, Tal S, Wolfsthal Y, Yehuda MB, Caceres J, Hierro J, Emmerich W, Galis A, Edblom L, Elmroth E, Henriksson D, Hernandez F, Tordsson J, Hohl A, Levy E, Sampaio A, Scheuermann B, Wusthoff M, Latanicki J, Lopez G, Marin-Frisonroche J, Dörr A, Ferstl F, Huedo E, Llorente I, Montero R, Massonet P, Naqvi S, Dallons G, Pezz M, Puliafito A, Ragusa C, Scarpa M, Muscella S
  • Publication date:
    01/01/2009
  • Pagination:
    98, 103
  • Journal:
    Nuovo Cimento della Societa Italiana di Fisica C
  • Volume:
    32
  • Issue:
    2
  • Status:
    Published
  • Print ISSN:
    2037-4909
Abstract
The support for complex services delivery is becoming a key point in current internet technology. Current trends in internet applications are characterized by on demand delivery of ever growing amounts of content. The future internet of services will have to deliver content intensive applications to users with quality of service and security guarantees. This paper describes the RESERVOIR project and the challenge of a reliable and effective delivery of services as utilities in a commercial scenario. It starts by analyzing the needs of a future infrastructure provider and introducing the key concept of a service oriented architecture that combines virtualisation-aware grid with grid-aware virtualisation, while being driven by business service management. This article will then focus on the benefits and the innovations derived from the RESERVOIR approach. Eventually, a high level view of RESERVOIR general architecture is illustrated.
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