Anas Youssef

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Cloud Service Providers (SPs) need tools to help them plan their infrastructure capacity and decide on Service Level Agreements (SLAs) with their customers prior to deploying customer's applications. Existing approaches have not considered several important challenges such as workload burstiness, workload uncertainty, and scalability to large number of(More)
As enterprises increasingly adopt the cloud paradigm, there is a need for tools that can help cloud service providers (SPs) decide on service level agreements with customers. Existing approaches have not considered several important challenges such as workload burstiness, workload uncertainty, and scalability that need to be addressed to realize such tools.(More)
Enterprise applications are being increasingly deployed on cloud infrastructures. Often, a cloud service provider (SP) enters into a Service Level Agreement (SLA) with a cloud subscriber, which specifies performance requirements for the subscriber’s applications. An SP needs systematic Service Level Planning (SLP) tools that can help estimate the resources(More)
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