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Cloud Computing in Emerging Markets (CCEM), 2012 IEEE International Conference on

Date 11-12 Oct. 2012

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  • IEEE Cloud Computing for Emerging Markets (CCEM2012) [Front cover]

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  • Keynote Speakers

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    Provides an abstract for each of the keynote presentations and a brief professional biography of each presenter. The complete presentations were not made available for publication as part of the conference proceedings. View full abstract»

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  • 1 * N Trust Establishment within Dynamic Collaborative Clouds

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    Federation of security entities in cloud environments has crucial challenges in terms of policy reservations required for each of the multi-tenancy requests. In collaborative clouds, the problem is compounded due to the fact that the tenancy requester would be completely unaware of the end cloud provider. As the tenancy requesters would not have established any negotiation terms with the end cloud... View full abstract»

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  • A CIM (Common Information Model) Based Management Model for Clouds

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    The recently emerged Cloud Computing paradigm poses new management challenges because of its complex, heterogeneous infrastructure. A cloud contains infrastructure (Servers, Storage, Networks), applications (web apps, database, backup etc.) from various vendors. Generally, different vendor products are managed (discovery, provisioning, monitoring etc.) by their own proprietary management software.... View full abstract»

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  • A Hybrid Approach to Live Migration of Virtual Machines

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    We present, discuss and evaluate a hybrid approach of live migrating a virtual machine across hosts in a Gigabit LAN. Our hybrid approach takes the best of both the traditional methods of live migration - pre and post-copy. In pre-copy, the cpu state and memory is transferred before spawning the VM on destination host whereas the latter is exactly opposite and spawns the VM on destination right af... View full abstract»

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  • A New Scheme for Mobile Based CAPTCHA Service on Cloud

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    CAPTCHAs are popularly used techniques to distinguish humans and automated applications. Such techniques are often useful in banking transactions, email creation, online surveys, data downloads etc. Starting from a very primitive stage of providing the users with a simple alphabetical string to asking using to do complex calculations, CAPTCHAs have come a long way in terms of sophistication of hum... View full abstract»

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  • A Novel Authentication Service for Hadoop in Cloud Environment

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    Authentication remains as significant security challenge in hadoop environment. Hadoop does not strongly authenticate the client. As a result, data nodes can be accessed using block locations. This paper suggests the usage of the fundamental properties of a triangle and dual servers to improve the security level of hadoop clusters The password given by the user is interpreted and alienated into mo... View full abstract»

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  • Always On: Architecture for High Availability Cloud Applications

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    With the shift towards cloud computing, application availability becomes a valid concern. Cloud applications have to be taken down to address various hardware and software problems. Even thoug redundancy insulates applications from hardware errors, the software updates and patches still require the service to be taken down for the period of the update. Organizations generally use lowactivity hours... View full abstract»

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  • An Optimized Resource Allocation Approach for Data-Intensive Workloads Using Topology-Aware Resource Allocation

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    This paper proposes an optimized resource allocation mechanism in Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)- based cloud systems. Performance of distributed data-intensive applications are impacted significantly as current IaaS systems are usually unaware of the hosted application's requirements and hence allocating resources independent of its needs. To address this resource allocation problem and to op... View full abstract»

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  • Application of Artificial Neural Networks in Capacity Planning of Cloud Based IT Infrastructure

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    Cloud is gaining popularity as means for saving cost of IT ownership and accelerating time to market due to ready-to-use, dynamically scalable computing infrastructure and software services offered on Cloud on pay-per-use basis. There is a an important change in the way these infrastructures are assembled, configured and managed. In this research we consider the problem of managing computing infra... View full abstract»

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  • Approaches Towards Energy-Efficiency in the Cloud for Emerging Markets

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    With the growing importance of the cloud computing paradigm, it is a challenge for cloud providers to keep the operational costs of the data centers in check, especially in the emerging markets, alongside catering to the customers' needs. It becomes essential to increase the operational efficiency of the data centers to be able to maximize VM (Virtual machine) offerings at minimal cost. To that en... View full abstract»

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  • Building Resilient Cloud over Unreliable Commodity Infrastructure

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    Cloud Computing has emerged as a successful computing paradigm for efficiently utilizing managed compute infrastructure such as high speed rack-mounted servers, connected with high speed networking, and reliable storage. Usually such infrastructure is dedicated, physically secured and has reliable power and networking infrastructure. However, much of our idle compute capacity is present in unmanag... View full abstract»

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  • Cloud Enabling Data Centers for Optimized Development and Test Operations

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    The demand from IT for the development organizations today are required to reduce capital expense and maximize existing investment. At the same time deliver high quality IT services for large development and testing teams that are geographically dispersed, with better visibility and control. As such, cloud computing with its widely-touted benefits made a convincing case for adoption. The imperativ... View full abstract»

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  • Cloud Monitor: Monitoring Applications in Cloud

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    With the advent of cloud computing applications, monitoring becomes a valid concern. Monitoring for failures in a cloud application is difficult because of multiple failure points spanning both hardware and software. Moreover the cluster nature of a cloud application increases the scope of failure and it becomes even harder to detect the same. This paper presents Cloud Monitor - a scalable framewo... View full abstract»

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  • Cloud Service Costing Challenges

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    In today's world we have smarter consumer and enterprise who are not looking to spend much up-front cost and getting tied down to a vendor or brand. This benefits consumers to a large extend in reducing their capital expenses and operational cost, also allows them to focus on their core business and leave out the support needs to the service provider. This challenge is resolved to an extend by a v... View full abstract»

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  • Data Migration Using Active Cloud Engine

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    Information being the key advantage in today's world, its growth rate and amount requires big data analysis, which is key challenge. Collection and retention of such collected data results in massive growth, which sets the need for infrastructure expansion, replacement and proper disposition of existing data. This important data should not be scrapped or forgotten; instead it should be messaged an... View full abstract»

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  • Detecting Workload Hotspots and Dynamic Provisioning of Virtual Machines in Clouds

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    One of the primary goals of Cloud Computing is to provide reliable QoS. The users of the cloud applications may access their applications from any Region. The cloud infrastructure must be Elastic enough to improve the QoS requirements. In order to provide reliable QoS, the cloud infrastructure must be able to detect the potential workload hotspots for various cloud applications across Regions and ... View full abstract»

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  • Enterprise Compatible Cloud Object Storage and Synchronization Service

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    With the kind of growth that enterprises are witnessing, their enterprise data, especially the unstructured data, is growing like never before. This trend has led to an increase in the competition among various cloud storage services which are providing a wide range of options for storing data online. The access APIs offered by most cloud storage service providers are rarely in accordant with each... View full abstract»

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