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An Generic Cloud Framework for Cloud Based Applications

@inproceedings{Kumar2010AnGC,
  title={An Generic Cloud Framework for Cloud Based Applications},
  author={Arvind Kumar},
  year={2010}
}
This paper focuses on solving the problem of cloud application developers facing while using the available Clouds in their cloud application development process. There are multiple cloud infrastructures available in the market. The Cloud Application developers can‘t be familiar with all the clouds available in the market. Our paper addresses this issue, and talks to facilitate the cloud application developer to provide an generic abstract layer which hides the back end cloud infrastructure and… 

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