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Intelligent techniques and architectures for autonomic clouds (2012)

Dr Ashiq Anjum, Prof Nick Antonopoulos, Dr Lee Gillam

  1. A large amount of land-use, environment, socio-economic, energy and transport data is generated in cities. An integrated perspective of managing and analysing such big data can answer a number of science, poli...

    Authors: Zaheer Khan, Ashiq Anjum, Kamran Soomro and Muhammad Atif Tahir
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2015 4:2
  2. As cloud application platforms (CAPs) are reaching the stage where the human effort required to maintain them at an operational level is unsupportable, one of the major challenges faced by the cloud providers ...

    Authors: Rustem Dautov, Iraklis Paraskakis and Mike Stannett
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2014 3:13
  3. Virtualization and broadband Internet connections enabled what is known today under the term cloud. Benefits like scalability and cost reduction by pay per use agreements are accompanied by potential harm to t...

    Authors: Marc Mosch, Stephan Groß and Alexander Schill
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2014 3:10
  4. Cloud based scientific data management - storage, transfer, analysis, and inference extraction - is attracting interest. In this paper, we propose a next generation cloud deployment model suitable for data int...

    Authors: Ibrahim K Musa, Stuart D Walker, Anne M Owen and Andrew P Harrison
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2014 3:5
  5. Cloud service abstractions are currently used to hide the underlying complexity given by existing technologies and services, in hope of facilitating the enacting of Cloud Federations and Marketplaces. In parti...

    Authors: Victor Ion Munteanu, Călin Şandru and Dana Petcu
    Citation: Journal of Cloud Computing 2014 3:3