Panoptes: A monitoring architecture and framework for supporting autonomic Clouds

  title={Panoptes: A monitoring architecture and framework for supporting autonomic Clouds},
  author={Rafael Brundo Uriarte and Carlos Becker Westphall},
  journal={2014 IEEE Network Operations and Management Symposium (NOMS)},
The essential characteristics of Cloud computing are scalability, elasticity, and heterogeneous resource pooling. However, managing these systems is challenging due to their complexity and dynamism. Using Autonomic Computing to achieve self-management is a prominent approach to respond these challenges. The fundamental basis for the decision making process of such systems is the updated status of the system and its operational context. In this paper, we propose a monitoring architecture devised… CONTINUE READING

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