Semantic Representation of Cloud Services: A Case Study for Microsoft Windows Azure

@article{Martino2014SemanticRO,
  title={Semantic Representation of Cloud Services: A Case Study for Microsoft Windows Azure},
  author={Beniamino Di Martino and Giuseppina Cretella and Antonio Esposito and Raffaele Giulio Sperandeo},
  journal={2014 International Conference on Intelligent Networking and Collaborative Systems},
  year={2014},
  pages={647-652}
}
Starting with the provision of ready-to-use infrastructures, such as storage and compute resources, cloud computing quickly became a flexible, cost-effective and complete environment for a wide range of IT services offered over the Internet. A growing number of cloud providers started to expose their own services to the market, to answer consumer's need, engaging a competition in the attempt to offer the easiest access to resources and the wider catalogue of services. Being integrated with… CONTINUE READING

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