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Toward cloud computing reference architecture: Cloud service management perspective

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4 Author(s)
Amanatullah, Y. ; Hochschule Fulda, Angewandte Inf., Fulda, Germany ; Lim, C. ; Ipung, H.P. ; Juliandri, A.

Cloud computing architecture is used as a guideline to understand the whole process including actor roles inside a cloud computing environment. Currently, there is only a few cloud computing architecture that can be used as a reference for building a cloud computing infrastructure. As cloud computing technology is being used to minimize the usage cost of computing resources, many enterprises gained interest of migrating their old system to the cloud computing system. This paper describes an overview of the new proposed cloud computing reference architecture but focusing on one of the cloud provider components which is cloud service management. It is required for cloud providers to support them managing their cloud services properly from the planning to delivery and operation process.

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ICT for Smart Society (ICISS), 2013 International Conference on

Date of Conference:

13-14 June 2013