Dynamic Cloud Resource Management Scheduling , Migration , and Server Disaggregation

@inproceedings{Svrd2014DynamicCR,
  title={Dynamic Cloud Resource Management Scheduling , Migration , and Server Disaggregation},
  author={Petter Sv{\"a}rd},
  year={2014}
}
A key aspect of cloud computing is the promise of infinite, scalable resources, and that cloud services should scale up and down on demand. This thesis investigates methods for dynamic resource allocation and management of services in cloud datacenters, introducing new approaches as well as improvements to established technologies. Virtualization is a key technology for cloud computing as it allows several operating system instances to run on the same Physical Machine, PM, and cloud services… CONTINUE READING

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