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Cloud and network facilities federation in BonFIRE

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In recent years we have seen how Cloud Computing is changing the way of doing businesses and how services are delivered over the Internet. This disruption is a major challenge for Service Providers and Independent Software Vendors when creating new services and software applications for the Cloud. BonFIRE(1) offers a federated, multi-site cloud testbed to support large-scale testing of applications, services and systems. This is achieved by federating geographically distributed, heterogeneous clouds testbeds where each exposes unique configuration and/or features while giving to the experimenters (users) an homogeneous way to interact with the facility. All those testbeds are controlled by a central set of services commonly denominated "Broker". Additionally, BonFIRE is federated with different network facilities like the Virtual Wall, FEDERICA and AutoBAHN to provide high-level interfaces to network control functionality, in order to simulate diverse network QoS scenarios, enabling vertical federation.
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Multi-cloud, IBCN, Federation, Future Internet, Services, Testbed, Bandwidth on Demand, Network QoS

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Gracia-Perez, D, JA Lorenzo del Castillo, Y Al-Hazmi, J Martrat, K Kavoussanakis, AC Hume, CV Lopez, et al. 2014. “Cloud and Network Facilities Federation in BonFIRE.” In Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 8374:126–135.
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Gracia-Perez, D., Lorenzo del Castillo, J., Al-Hazmi, Y., Martrat, J., Kavoussanakis, K., Hume, A., Lopez, C., et al. (2014). Cloud and network facilities federation in BonFIRE. Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Vol. 8374, pp. 126–135). Presented at the 19th Workshop on Parallel Processing (Euro-Par).
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Gracia-Perez D, Lorenzo del Castillo J, Al-Hazmi Y, Martrat J, Kavoussanakis K, Hume A, et al. Cloud and network facilities federation in BonFIRE. Lecture Notes in Computer Science. 2014. p. 126–35.
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Gracia-Perez, D et al. “Cloud and Network Facilities Federation in BonFIRE.” Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Vol. 8374. 2014. 126–135. Print.
@inproceedings{4192899,
  abstract     = {In recent years we have seen how Cloud Computing is changing the way of doing businesses and how services are delivered over the Internet. This disruption is a major challenge for Service Providers and Independent Software Vendors when creating new services and software applications for the Cloud. BonFIRE(1) offers a federated, multi-site cloud testbed to support large-scale testing of applications, services and systems. This is achieved by federating geographically distributed, heterogeneous clouds testbeds where each exposes unique configuration and/or features while giving to the experimenters (users) an homogeneous way to interact with the facility. All those testbeds are controlled by a central set of services commonly denominated "Broker". Additionally, BonFIRE is federated with different network facilities like the Virtual Wall, FEDERICA and AutoBAHN to provide high-level interfaces to network control functionality, in order to simulate diverse network QoS scenarios, enabling vertical federation.},
  author       = {Gracia-Perez, D and Lorenzo del Castillo, JA and Al-Hazmi, Y and Martrat, J and Kavoussanakis, K and Hume, AC and Lopez, CV and Landi, G and Wauters, Tim and Gienger, M and Margery, D},
  booktitle    = {Lecture Notes in Computer Science},
  isbn         = {978-3-642-54419-4},
  issn         = {0302-9743},
  keywords     = {Multi-cloud,IBCN,Federation,Future Internet,Services,Testbed,Bandwidth on Demand,Network QoS},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Aachen, Germany},
  pages        = {126--135},
  title        = {Cloud and network facilities federation in BonFIRE},
  volume       = {8374},
  year         = {2014},
}

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