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Towards Constraint-based High Performance Cloud System in the Process of Cloud Computing Adoption in an Organization

Simalango, Mikael Fernandus; Kang, Mun-Young; Oh, Sangyoon;
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  • Published: 24 Oct 2010
Cloud computing is penetrating into various domains and environments, from theoretical computer science to economy, from marketing hype to educational curriculum and from R&D lab to enterprise IT infrastructure. Yet, the currently developing state of cloud computing leaves several issues to address and also affects cloud computing adoption by organizations. In this paper, we explain how the transition into the cloud can occur in an organization and describe the mechanism for transforming legacy infrastructure into a virtual infrastructure-based cloud. We describe the state of the art of infrastructural cloud, which is essential in the decision making on cloud ad...
ACM Computing Classification System: ComputingMilieux_GENERAL
free text keywords: Computer Science - Distributed, Parallel, and Cluster Computing
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