Corpus ID: 16010492

A Survey on Open-source Cloud Computing Solutions

@inproceedings{Endo2010ASO,
  title={A Survey on Open-source Cloud Computing Solutions},
  author={P. T. Endo and G. Gonçalves and J. Kelner and D. Sadok},
  year={2010}
}
Cloud computing is an attractive computing model since it allows for resources to be provisioned according on a demand basis, i.e., cloud users can rent resources as they become necessary. This model motivated several academic and non-academic institutions to develop open-source cloud solutions. This paper presents and discusses the state-of-the of open-source solutions for cloud computing. The authors hope that the observation and classification of such solutions can leverage the cloud… Expand
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