Aravindan Santharam

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Clouds provide an attractive infrastructural option to deploy highly-scalable distributed applications. Platform as a Service (PaaS) clouds offer basic software stack and services along with the execution containers to simplify the hosting of user applications. However, traditional many task computing architectures cannot be hosted as-is on current PaaS(More)
Platform as a Service Clouds typically lack direct support for application state management, and traditional state management techniques like clustering are not applicable as PaaS platforms offer little support for changing the underlying platform configuration. In this paper we build upon our earlier work where we proposed a session-state management(More)
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