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Monitoring and resource management taxonomy in interconnected cloud infrastructures: a survey

Show simple item record Patrick Nzanzu, Vingi Adetiba, Emmanuel 2022-08-25T12:55:57Z 2022-08-25T12:55:57Z 2022
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dc.description.abstract Cloud users have recently expanded dramatically. The cloud service providers (CSPs) have also increased and have therefore made their infrastructure more complex. The complex infrastructure needs to be distributed appropriately to various users. Also, the advances in cloud computing have led to the development of interconnected cloud computing environments (ICCEs). For instance, ICCEs include the cloud hybrid, intercloud, multi-cloud, and federated clouds. However, the sharing of resources is not facilitated by specific proprietary technologies and access interfaces used by CSPs. Several CSPs provide similar services but have different access patterns. Data from various CSPs must be obtained and processed by cloud users. To ensure that all ICCE tenants (users and CSPs) benefit from the best CSPs, efficient resource management was suggested. Besides, it is pertinent that cloud resources be monitored regularly. Cloud monitoring is a service that works as a third-party entity between customers and CSPs. This paper discusses a complete cloud monitoring survey in ICCE, focusing on cloud monitoring and its significance. Several current open-source monitoring solutions are discussed. A taxonomy is presented and analyzed for cloud resource management. This taxonomy includes resource pricing, assignment of resources, exp en_US
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dc.subject Cloud computing en_US
dc.subject Cloud monitoring en_US
dc.title Monitoring and resource management taxonomy in interconnected cloud infrastructures: a survey en_US
dc.type Article en_US

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