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The cloud computing paradigm promises increased flexibility and scalability for consumers and providers of software services. Service providers that exploit private cloud environments offer restricted flexibility and scalability because of the limited capacity. However, such organizations are often reluctant to migrate to public clouds because of business(More)
Offering Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications on top of a Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) platform is a promising strategy as the SaaS provider does not need to acquire and maintain private cloud infrastructure, and it enables him/her to enjoy the benefits of cloud scalability and flexiblity as well. However, as this entails losing some control over the(More)
The cloud computing paradigm promises increased flexibility and scalability. However, in private cloud environments this flexibility and scalability is constrained by the limited capacity. On the other hand, organizations are reluctant to migrate to public clouds because they lose control over their applications and data. The concept of a hybrid cloud tries(More)
Multi-tenant Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) applications are increasingly built on combinations of cloud storage technologies and providers in a so-called multi-cloud setup. One advantage is that such a setup helps satisfying the different -- sometimes even contrasting -- storage requirements of different customer organizations (tenants). In such a(More)
SaaS providers continuously aim to optimize the cost-efficiency, scalability and trustworthiness of their offerings. Traditionally, these concerns have been addressed by application-level middleware platforms that implement a multi-tenant architecture. However, the recent uprise and industry adoption of container technology such as Docker and Kubernetes,(More)
Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) providers increasingly rely on multi-cloud setups to leverage the combined benefits of different enabling technologies and third-party providers. Especially, in the context of NoSQL storage systems, which are characterized by heterogeneity and quick technological evolution, adopting the multi-cloud paradigm is a promising way to(More)
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