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An efficient algorithm for the bursting of Service-based applications in hybrid Clouds

Enterprises are more and more using hybrid cloud environments to deploy and run applications. This consists in providing and managing software and hardware resources within the ent
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An efficient algorithm for the bursting of Service-based applications in hybrid Clouds

Abstract—Enterprises are more and more using hybrid cloud environments to deploy and run applications. This consists in providing and managing software and hardware resources within the enterprise and getting additional resources provided externally by public clouds whenever this is needed. In this later case, deployment of new applications consists in choosing a placement of some components in the private cloud and some others in the public cloud. TotacklethisNP-hardproblem,we have proposed in a previous work an approximate approach based on communication and hosting costs induced by the deployment of components in the public cloud. In this paper, we go further and propose a new efficient algorithm adapted for service-based applications modelled that can be no tonly described as behavior-based but also as architecture-based compositions of services.

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In this paper, we are interested inapplication division across clouds and particularly thedivision of service-based applications (SBAs for short)in hybrid clouds.When deploying SBAs in a hybrid cloud, their division (bursting) in the public and privateclouds consists in choosing components/services tobe deployed in the public cloud and those to bekept in the private cloud. In this paper, we are mainly interested in communication and hosting costs and we do not deal with security,privacy and other related properties

Our proposed efficient algorithm for the bursting of SBAs in hybrid clouds

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