Athena Christodoulou

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Utility Computing (UC) is concerned with the provisioning of computational resources (compute-power, storage, network bandwidth), on a per-need basis, to corporate businesses. Service-level Agreements (SLAs) contracts between a provider and a customer are a sine qua non in the deployment of UC. A crucial stage in the life-cycle of contracts (such as SLAs)(More)
In today’s business environment, change must be seen not as an exception but as the normal state of affairs. With its Darwin Architecture [23], HP addresses business agility, defined as the ability of one enterprise to respond to and anticipate business changes with speed and flexibility while meeting cost, quality of service and risk management objectives.(More)
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