On modeling and satisfaction of non-functional requirements using cloud computing

@article{Gomes2013OnMA,
  title={On modeling and satisfaction of non-functional requirements using cloud computing},
  author={Raphael de Aquino Gomes and F{\'a}bio M. Costa and Nelly Bencomo},
  journal={2nd IEEE Latin American Conference on Cloud Computing and Communications},
  year={2013},
  pages={1-6}
}
Specification of the non-functional requirements of applications and determining the required resources for their execution are activities that demand a great deal of technical knowledge, frequently resulting in an inefficient use of resources. Cloud computing is an alternative for provisioning of resources, which can be done using either the provider's own infrastructure or the infrastructure of one or more public clouds, or even a combination of both. It enables more flexibly/elastic use of… CONTINUE READING

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