CLOUDLIGHTNING: A Framework for a Self-organising and Self-managing Heterogeneous Cloud

  title={CLOUDLIGHTNING: A Framework for a Self-organising and Self-managing Heterogeneous Cloud},
  author={Theo Lynn and H. Xiong and Dapeng Dong and Bilal Momani and G. Gravvanis and C. K. Filelis-Papadopoulos and A. Elster and Malik Muhammad Zaki Murtaza Khan and D. Tzovaras and K. M. Giannoutakis and D. Petcu and Marian Neagul and Ioan Dragon and Perumal Kuppudayar and Suryanarayanan Natarajan and M. McGrath and G. Gaydadjiev and T. Becker and Anna Gourinovitch and D. Kenny and J. Morrison},
  • Theo Lynn, H. Xiong, +18 authors J. Morrison
  • Published in CLOSER 2016
  • Computer Science
  • As clouds increase in size and as machines of different types are added to the infrastructure in order to maximize performance and power efficiency, heterogeneous clouds are being created. However, exploiting different architectures poses significant challenges. To efficiently access heterogeneous resources and, at the same time, to exploit these resources to reduce application development effort, to make optimisations easier and to simplify service deployment, requires a re-evaluation of our… CONTINUE READING
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