Performance implications of multi-tier application deployments on Infrastructure-as-a-Service clouds: Towards performance modeling

@article{Lloyd2013PerformanceIO,
  title={Performance implications of multi-tier application deployments on Infrastructure-as-a-Service clouds: Towards performance modeling},
  author={Wes Lloyd and Shrideep Pallickara and Olaf David and Jim Lyon and Mazdak Arabi and Ken Rojas},
  journal={Future Generation Comp. Syst.},
  year={2013},
  volume={29},
  pages={1254-1264}
}
Hosting a multi-tier application using an Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) cloud requires deploying components of the application stack across virtual machines (VMs) to provide the application’s infrastructure while considering factors such as scalability, fault tolerance, performance and deployment costs (# of VMs). This paper presents results from an empirical study which investigates implications for application performance and resource requirements (CPU, disk and network) resulting from… CONTINUE READING
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