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On the viability of a CSO architecture for on-demand virtualized cloud planning and provisioning

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As bandwidth requirements and computing capacity for future applications have been predicted to exceed current network and IT infrastructure capabilities, providers face the need to adapt their provisioning models. This article presents the benefits of Cross Stratum Optimized architectures (provision of network and IT resources in a coordinated way) in support of Cloud-based applications. We also present the architecture's potential impact and benefits for operators, based on MACTOR methodology. MACTOR results show the interactions among value-chain actors and identify their business convergences and divergences, revealing the architecture feasibility.
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component, IBCN, Cloud, CSO, Network management, Resource virtualization, IT

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Aznar, JJ, Juan Rodriguez, Jens Buysse, Shuping Peng, Fabienne Anhalt, and Joan A Garcia-Espin. 2012. “On the Viability of a CSO Architecture for On-demand Virtualized Cloud Planning and Provisioning.” In 1st IEEE International Conference on Cloud Networking, Proceedings, 182–184. IEEE.
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Aznar, J., Rodriguez, J., Buysse, J., Peng, S., Anhalt, F., & Garcia-Espin, J. A. (2012). On the viability of a CSO architecture for on-demand virtualized cloud planning and provisioning. 1st IEEE International Conference on Cloud Networking, Proceedings (pp. 182–184). Presented at the 1st IEEE International Conference on Cloud Networking (CLOUDNET - 2012), IEEE.
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Aznar J, Rodriguez J, Buysse J, Peng S, Anhalt F, Garcia-Espin JA. On the viability of a CSO architecture for on-demand virtualized cloud planning and provisioning. 1st IEEE International Conference on Cloud Networking, Proceedings. IEEE; 2012. p. 182–4.
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Aznar, JJ, Juan Rodriguez, Jens Buysse, et al. “On the Viability of a CSO Architecture for On-demand Virtualized Cloud Planning and Provisioning.” 1st IEEE International Conference on Cloud Networking, Proceedings. IEEE, 2012. 182–184. Print.
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  abstract     = {As bandwidth requirements and computing capacity for future applications have been predicted to exceed current network and IT infrastructure capabilities, providers face the need to adapt their provisioning models. This article presents the benefits of Cross Stratum Optimized architectures (provision of network and IT resources in a coordinated way) in support of Cloud-based applications. We also present the architecture's potential impact and benefits for operators, based on MACTOR methodology. MACTOR results show the interactions among value-chain actors and identify their business convergences and divergences, revealing the architecture feasibility.},
  author       = {Aznar, JJ and Rodriguez, Juan and Buysse, Jens and Peng, Shuping and Anhalt, Fabienne and Garcia-Espin, Joan A},
  booktitle    = {1st IEEE International Conference on Cloud Networking, Proceedings},
  isbn         = {9781467327985},
  keyword      = {component,IBCN,Cloud,CSO,Network management,Resource virtualization,IT},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Paris, France},
  pages        = {182--184},
  publisher    = {IEEE},
  title        = {On the viability of a CSO architecture for on-demand virtualized cloud planning and provisioning},
  year         = {2012},
}

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