Service Migration in a Cloud Architecture

Service Migration in a Cloud Architecture,10.1109/HICSS.2011.371,Stephen Kaisler,William H. Money

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This paper examines service migration in a new computing paradigm, the cloud computing environment (CCE), by examining security and integration issues associated with service implementation. We postulate that a cloud architecture will evolve to be both more flexible and heterogeneous in resources because of the services complexity demanded by organizations. This introduces additional, but tractable, complications when considering the service migration concept within three support areas; acquisition, implementation, and security that present significant challenges to service migration in the cloud. From the consumer perspective, these support areas present the slowest and most costly components of the migration problem for small to medium size organizations. We hypothesize that several mechanisms including CCE platform standards and a computational virtual machine will need to be developed (or will emerge and achieve dominance in the cloud market domain) to facilitate service migration and the resolution of the issues identified.
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    • ...Some studies analyzed the performance and cost of service migration [4, 5], some discussed the service migration model in particular environments [6, 7], and others presented several migration frameworks based on complex technologies or focused on the design of one migration component [8, 9]. However, there are no researches to provide a complete and practical service migration framework implementation in Spatial Information Grid ...

    Lin Wanet al. MGSCP: A scalable service migration framework for spatial information ...

    • ...Therefore, service migration [2-5] is increasingly becoming an important topic in hybrid cloud environment...
    • ...Kaisler and Money [3] suggested a model for data and service migration in a cloud computing environment...

    Chih-Tien Fanet al. Agent-Based Service Migration Framework in Hybrid Cloud

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