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  1. With increased demand for computing resources at a lower cost by end-users, cloud infrastructure providers need to find ways to protect their revenue. To achieve this, infrastructure providers aim to increase ...

    Authors: Abdul R. Hummaida, Norman W. Paton and Rizos Sakellariou
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2016 5:7
  2. Cloud computing is an emerging technology in the field of computing that provides access to a wide range of shared resources. The rapid growth of cloud computing has led to establishing numerous data centers a...

    Authors: Auday Al-Dulaimy, Wassim Itani, Ahmed Zekri and Rached Zantout
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2016 5:6
  3. Enterprises are enhancing investments in cloud services setting up data centers to meet growing demand. A typical investment is of the order of millions of dollars, infrastructure and recurring cost included. ...

    Authors: Snehanshu Saha, Jyotirmoy Sarkar, Avantika Dwivedi, Nandita Dwivedi, Anand M. Narasimhamurthy and Ranjan Roy
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2016 5:1

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  4. Cloud service providers negotiate SLAs for customer services they offer based on the reliability of performance and availability of their lower-level platform infrastructure. While availability management is m...

    Authors: Li Zhang, Yichuan Zhang, Pooyan Jamshidi, Lei Xu and Claus Pahl
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2015 4:23
  5. Cloud computing is an emerging, revenue generating and internet based technology, where computing power, storage and other resources are provided to the stakeholders in a single package. The traditional online...

    Authors: Sabout Nagaraju and Latha Parthiban
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2015 4:22
  6. Cloud Computing is a successful paradigm for deploying scalable and highly available web applications at low cost. In real life scenarios, the applications are expected to be scalable and consistent. Data part...

    Authors: Swati Ahirrao and Rajesh Ingle
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2015 4:21
  7. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) has become one of the most dominant features that cloud computing offers nowadays. IaaS enables datacenter’s hardware to get virtualized which allows Cloud providers to creat...

    Authors: Mohammed Rashid Chowdhury, Mohammad Raihan Mahmud and Rashedur M. Rahman
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2015 4:20
  8. Despite the rapid expansion and uptake of cloud based services, lack of trust in the provenance of such services represents a significant inhibiting factor in the further expansion of such service. This paper ...

    Authors: Bin Ye, Gareth Howells, Mustafa Haciosman and Frank Wang
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2015 4:19
  9. Various services are now available in the Cloud, ranging from turnkey databases and application servers to high-level services such as continuous integration or source version control. To stand out of this div...

    Authors: Franck Chauvel, Hui Song, Nicolas Ferry and Franck Fleurey
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2015 4:18
  10. New VM instances are created from static templates that contain the basic configuration of the VM to achieve elasticity with regards to capacity. Instance specific settings can be injected into the VM during t...

    Authors: Django Armstrong, Daniel Espling, Johan Tordsson, Karim Djemame and Erik Elmroth
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2015 4:17
  11. Cloud computing has quickly become the de facto means to deploy large scale systems in a robust and cost effective manner. Central to the maintenance of large scale systems is monitoring which allows for the d...

    Authors: Jonathan Stuart Ward and Adam Barker
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2015 4:16
  12. Cloud computing services are used in many businesses. However, little is known about the components of service value in B2B cloud computing services from a customer perspective. In the B2C service literature, ...

    Authors: Roland S. Padilla, Simon K. Milton and Lester W. Johnson
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2015 4:15
  13. Cloud computing offers various computational resources via convenient on-demand service provision. Currently, heterogeneous services and cloud resources are usually utilized and managed through diverse service...

    Authors: Daren Fang, Xiaodong Liu, Imed Romdhani and Claus Pahl
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2015 4:14
  14. Cloud computing paradigm has ushered in the need to provide resources to users in a scalable, flexible, and transparent fashion much like any other utility. This has led to a need for developing evaluation tec...

    Authors: Brett Snyder, Jordan Ringenberg, Robert Green, Vijay Devabhaktuni and Mansoor Alam
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2015 4:11
  15. The data center network connecting the servers in a data center plays a crucial role in orchestrating the infrastructure to deliver peak performance to users. In order to meet high performance and reliability ...

    Authors: Ting Wang, Bo Qin, Zhiyang Su, Yu Xia, Mounir Hamdi, Sebti Foufou and Ridha Hamila
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2015 4:9
  16. We present an algorithm for the automated verification of Linear Temporal Logic formulæ on event traces using an increasingly popular cloud computing framework called MapReduce. The algorithm can process multi...

    Authors: Sylvain Hallé and Maxime Soucy-Boivin
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2015 4:8
  17. In the past few years, the concept of network virtualization has received significant attention from industry and research fora. This concept applies virtualization to networking infrastructures by enabling th...

    Authors: Sleiman Rabah, May El Barachi, Nadjia Kara, Rachida Dssouli and Joey Paquet
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2015 4:3
  18. A large amount of land-use, environment, socio-economic, energy and transport data is generated in cities. An integrated perspective of managing and analysing such big data can answer a number of science, poli...

    Authors: Zaheer Khan, Ashiq Anjum, Kamran Soomro and Muhammad Atif Tahir
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2015 4:2
  19. Outsourcing data to external providers has gained momentum with the advent of cloud computing. Encryption allows data confidentiality to be preserved when outsourcing data to untrusted external providers that ...

    Authors: Jens Köhler, Konrad Jünemann and Hannes Hartenstein
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2015 4:1
  20. Monitoring is an important aspect of designing and maintaining large-scale systems. Cloud computing presents a unique set of challenges to monitoring including: on-demand infrastructure, unprecedented scalabil...

    Authors: Jonathan Stuart Ward and Adam Barker
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2014 3:24
  21. This letter provides a review of fundamental distributed systems and economic Cloud computing principles. These principles are frequently deployed in their respective fields, but their interdependencies are of...

    Authors: Thomas Sandholm and Dongman Lee
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2014 3:21
  22. Computational systems are gradually moving towards Cloud Computing Infrastructures, using the several advantages they have to offer and especially the economic advantages in the era of an economic crisis. In a...

    Authors: Nikolaos Pitropakis, Dimitra Anastasopoulou, Aggelos Pikrakis and Costas Lambrinoudakis
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2014 3:20
  23. Interactive Voice Response (IVR) is a technology that allows automatic human-computer interactions, via a telephone keypad or voice commands. The systems are widely used in many industries, including telecommu...

    Authors: Nadjia Kara, Mbarka Soualhia, Fatna Belqasmi, Christian Azar and Roch Glitho
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2014 3:15
  24. MapReduce is a popular programming model for executing time-consuming analytical queries as a batch of tasks on large scale data clusters. In environments where multiple queries with similar selection predicat...

    Authors: Tansel Dokeroglu, Serkan Ozal, Murat Ali Bayir, Muhammet Serkan Cinar and Ahmet Cosar
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2014 3:12
  25. Cloud management faces with great challenges, due to the diversity of Cloud resources and ever-changing management requirements. For constructing a management system to satisfy a specific management requiremen...

    Authors: Xing Chen, Ying Zhang, Gang Huang, Xianghan Zheng, Wenzhong Guo and Chunming Rong
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2014 3:11
  26. As cloud application platforms (CAPs) are reaching the stage where the human effort required to maintain them at an operational level is unsupportable, one of the major challenges faced by the cloud providers ...

    Authors: Rustem Dautov, Iraklis Paraskakis and Mike Stannett
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2014 3:13
  27. Virtualization and broadband Internet connections enabled what is known today under the term cloud. Benefits like scalability and cost reduction by pay per use agreements are accompanied by potential harm to t...

    Authors: Marc Mosch, Stephan Groß and Alexander Schill
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2014 3:10
  28. In this paper, we describe the development of template management technology to build virtual resources environments on OpenStack. In recent days, Cloud computing has been progressed and also open source Cloud...

    Authors: Yoji Yamato, Masahito Muroi, Kentaro Tanaka and Mitsutomo Uchimura
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2014 3:7
  29. Cloud based scientific data management - storage, transfer, analysis, and inference extraction - is attracting interest. In this paper, we propose a next generation cloud deployment model suitable for data int...

    Authors: Ibrahim K Musa, Stuart D Walker, Anne M Owen and Andrew P Harrison
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2014 3:5

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