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A Comprehensive Survey on Quality of Service Implementations in Cloud Computing

@inproceedings{Firdhous2013ACS,
  title={A Comprehensive Survey on Quality of Service Implementations in Cloud Computing},
  author={Mohamed Fazil Mohamed Firdhous and Suhaidi Hassan and Osman Ghazali},
  year={2013}
}
Quality of service plays is an important factor in distributed computing.Cloud computing has been the paradigm in distributed computing.Under cloud computing, computing resources are hosted in the internet and delivered to customers as services.Prior to the commencement of services, the customers and cloud providers negotiate and enter into an agreement named service level agreement.The services level agreements clarify the roles, set charges and expectations and provide mechanisms for… 

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