A Business Resolution Engine for Cloud Marketplaces

@article{Menychtas2011ABR,
  title={A Business Resolution Engine for Cloud Marketplaces},
  author={Andreas Menychtas and Anna Gatzioura and Theodora A. Varvarigou},
  journal={2011 IEEE Third International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and Science},
  year={2011},
  pages={462-469}
}
Nowadays cloud computing can be considered as a key element of modern ICT systems, changing the technological and architectural aspects that these systems are designed and managed. The number and variety of applications, exploiting the advantages of this new computing paradigm, is increasing, emerging a new market of services and resources. Modern applications, from enterprise software to mobile and social networking apps are adapted and become available through the Cloud, allowing wider… 

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