Natalia Frejnik

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—Modern Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) clouds offer an unprecedented flexibility and elasticity in terms of resource provisioning through the use of hardware virtual-ization. However, for the cloud customer, this virtualization also introduces an opaqueness which imposes serious obstacles for data-intensive distributed applications. In particular, the(More)
—Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) clouds are gaining increasing popularity as a platform for distributed computations. The virtualization layers of those clouds offer new possibilities for rapid resource provisioning, but also hide aspects of the underlying IT infrastructure which have often been exploited in classic cluster environments. One of those(More)
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