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  1. Cloud computing considerably reduces the costs of deploying applications through on-demand, automated and fine-granular allocation of resources. Even in private settings, cloud computing platforms enable agile...

    Authors: Andrey Brito, Christof Fetzer, Stefan Köpsell, Peter Pietzuch, Marcelo Pasin, Pascal Felber, Keiko Fonseca, Marcelo Rosa, Luiz Gomes Jr, Rodrigo Riella, Charles Prado, Luiz F. Rust, Daniel E. Lucani, Márton Sipos, László Nagy and Marcell Fehér
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2019 8:19
  2. The Cloud offers enhanced flexibility in the management of resources for any kind of application while it promises the reduction of its cost as well as its infinite scalability. In this way, due to these advan...

    Authors: Kyriakos Kritikos, Chrysostomos Zeginis, Joaquin Iranzo, Roman Sosa Gonzalez, Daniel Seybold, Frank Griesinger and Jörg Domaschka
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2019 8:18
  3. Big data and cloud computing technology appeared on the scene as new trends due to the rapid growth of social media usage over the last decade. Big data represent the immense volume of complex data that show m...

    Authors: Atta-ur-Rahman, Sujata Dash, Ashish Kr. Luhach, Naveen Chilamkurti, Seungmin Baek and Yunyoung Nam
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2019 8:17
  4. This work reports on the development details and results of an experimental setup for the localization of the attendants of a music festival. The application had to be reporting in real-time the asymmetric cro...

    Authors: Konstantinos Tserpes, Maria Pateraki and Iraklis Varlamis
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2019 8:16
  5. Cloud federation is an aggregation of services from different providers in a single pool supporting interoperability and resource migration. In federation, Services are assigned to the consumer’s service acces...

    Authors: Adrija Bhattacharya, Sankhayan Choudhury and Agostino Cortesi
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2019 8:14
  6. Cloud and IoT technologies have the potential to support applica- tions that are not strictly limited to technical fields. This paper shows how digital fabrication laboratories (Fab Labs) can leverage cloud te...

    Authors: Gianluca Cornetta, Javier Mateos, Abdellah Touhafi and Gabriel-Miro Muntean
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2019 8:12
  7. End users stream video increasingly from live broadcasters (via YouTube Live, Twitch etc.). Adaptive live video streaming is realised by transcoding different representations of the original video content. Man...

    Authors: Pekka Pääkkönen, Antti Heikkinen and Tommi Aihkisalo
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2019 8:9
  8. The use of cloud computing data centers is growing rapidly to meet the tremendous increase in demand for high-performance computing (HPC), storage and networking resources for business and scientific applicati...

    Authors: Ali A. El-Moursy, Amany Abdelsamea, Rukshanda Kamran and Mohamed Saad
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2019 8:8
  9. The lack of transparency surrounding cloud service provision makes it difficult for consumers to make knowledge based purchasing decisions. As a result, consumer trust has become a major impediment to cloud co...

    Authors: Lisa van der Werff, Grace Fox, Ieva Masevic, Vincent C. Emeakaroha, John P. Morrison and Theo Lynn
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2019 8:6
  10. Automated resource provisioning techniques enable the implementation of elastic services, by adapting the available resources to the service demand. This is essential for reducing power consumption and guarant...

    Authors: Rafael Moreno-Vozmediano, Rubén S. Montero, Eduardo Huedo and Ignacio M. Llorente
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2019 8:5
  11. Cloud Computing is a paradigm which provides resources to users from its pool based on demand to satisfy their requirements. During this process, many servers are overloaded and underloaded in the cloud enviro...

    Authors: Naga Malleswari TYJ and Vadivu G
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2019 8:3
  12. One of the challenges of deploying multitenant cloud-hosted services that are designed to use (or be integrated with) several components is how to implement the required degree of isolation between the compone...

    Authors: Laud Charles Ochei, Andrei Petrovski and Julian M. Bass
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2019 8:1
  13. In a cloud computing environment there are two types of cost associated with the auto-scaling systems: resource cost and Service Level Agreement (SLA) violation cost. The goal of an auto-scaling system is to f...

    Authors: Ali Yadav Nikravesh, Samuel A. Ajila and Chung-Horng Lung
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2018 7:20
  14. This paper presents the LogDrive framework for mitigating the following problems of storage forensics in Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud environments: volatility, increasing volume of forensic data, a...

    Authors: Manabu Hirano, Natsuki Tsuzuki, Seishiro Ikeda and Ryotaro Kobayashi
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2018 7:18
  15. The Internet of Things has the potential of transforming health systems through the collection and analysis of patient physiological data via wearable devices and sensor networks. Such systems can offer assist...

    Authors: Guto Leoni Santos, Patricia Takako Endo, Matheus Felipe Ferreira da Silva Lisboa Tigre, Leylane Graziele Ferreira da Silva, Djamel Sadok, Judith Kelner and Theo Lynn
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2018 7:16
  16. A joint trust and risk model is introduced for federated cloud services. The model is based on cloud service providers’ performance history. It addresses provider and consumer concerns by relying on trusted th...

    Authors: Erdal Cayirci and Anderson Santana de Oliveira
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2018 7:14
  17. This paper focuses on an integrated workload scheduling and pre-fetching model in a multimedia mobile cloud computing environment to enhance the performance of response time and reduce the cost to process mult...

    Authors: Kaveh Khorramnejad, Lilatul Ferdouse, Ling Guan and Alagan Anpalagan
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2018 7:13
  18. Cloud computing provides on-demand resources and removes the boundaries of resources’ physical locations. By providing virtualized computing resources in an elastic manner over the internet, IaaS providers all...

    Authors: Sima Soltani, Patrick Martin and Khalid Elgazzar
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2018 7:12
  19. Application deployment is a crucial operation for modern cloud providers. The ability to dynamically allocate resources and deploy a new application instance based on a user-provided description in a fully aut...

    Authors: Ioannis Giannakopoulos, Ioannis Konstantinou, Dimitrios Tsoumakos and Nectarios Koziris
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2018 7:11
  20. The popularity of mobile applications on smartphones requires mobile devices to perform high-performing processing tasks. The computational resources of these devices are limited due to memory, battery life, h...

    Authors: Abdullah Alsaleh
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2018 7:8

    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Cloud Computing 2023 12:16

  21. Cloud computing is a paradigm that provides services through the Internet. The paradigm has been influenced by previously available technologies (for example cluster, peer-to-peer, and grid computing) and has ...

    Authors: Julian Araujo, Paulo Maciel, Ermeson Andrade, Gustavo Callou, Vandi Alves and Paulo Cunha
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2018 7:7
  22. A key challenge in porting enterprise software systems to the cloud is the migration of their database. Choosing a cloud provider and service option (e.g., a database-as-a-service or a manually configured set ...

    Authors: Martyn Ellison, Radu Calinescu and Richard F. Paige
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2018 7:6
  23. Cloud computing datacenters consume huge amounts of energy, which has high cost and large environmental impact. There has been significant amount of research on dynamic power management, which shuts down unuti...

    Authors: Shahin Vakilinia
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2018 7:2

    The Correction to this article has been published in Journal of Cloud Computing 2018 7:19

  24. A common cloud forensic model proposed by researchers is ‘Cloud-Forensic-as-a-Service’ where consumers have to access it as a service to collect forensic data from cloud environments. The ‘Cloud-Forensic-as-a-...

    Authors: Ahmed Nour Moussa, Norafida Ithnin and Anazida Zainal
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2018 7:1
  25. This research focuses on the automatic provisioning of cloud resources by an intermediary enterprise. This enterprise provides a virtual private cloud for a single client enterprise by using resources from a p...

    Authors: Anshuman Biswas, Shikharesh Majumdar, Biswajit Nandy and Ali El-Haraki
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2017 6:29
  26. Media Edge Cloud Data Centers (MEC-DCs) that are interconnected by a Metro Network were selected as infrastructure to enhance the Quality of Experience (QoE) for end users of multimedia applications. Unlike th...

    Authors: Abdallah Jarray, Ahmed Karmouch, Javier Salazar, Jocelyne Elias, Ahmed Mehaoua and Faisal Zaman
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2017 6:27
  27. In the last few years, research has been motivated to provide a categorization and classification of security concerns accompanying the growing adaptation of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) clouds. Studies ...

    Authors: Noëlle Rakotondravony, Benjamin Taubmann, Waseem Mandarawi, Eva Weishäupl, Peng Xu, Bojan Kolosnjaji, Mykolai Protsenko, Hermann de Meer and Hans P. Reiser
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2017 6:26
  28. Energy-hungry data centers attract researchers’ attention to energy consumption minimization–a challenge confronted by both industry and academia. To assure the server reliability, its instantaneous temperatur...

    Authors: Lijun Fu, Jianxiong Wan, Jie Yang, Dongdong Cao and Gefei Zhang
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2017 6:25
  29. This paper describes the development and implementation of a lightweight software solution, called OSSperf, which can be used to investigate the performance of object-based public cloud storage services like A...

    Authors: Christian Baun, Henry-Norbert Cocos and Rosa-Maria Spanou
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2017 6:24
  30. Virtualization techniques effectively handle the growing demand for computing, storage, and communication resources in large-scale Cloud Data Centers (CDC). It helps to achieve different resource management ob...

    Authors: Anita Choudhary, Mahesh Chandra Govil, Girdhari Singh, Lalit K. Awasthi, Emmanuel S. Pilli and Divya Kapil
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2017 6:23

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