Re-designing cloud platforms for massive scale using a P2P architecture
Cloud platforms need to scale with the number of resources and users they manage, while maintaining needed performance levels. The increase of distributed cloud deployments and the rise of edge computing further strengthen this need. This paper presents a generic design based on peer-to-peer (P2P) architecture for scaling cloud management software and demonstrates how this design can be realized by applying it to the OpenStack cloud management platform.
Full abstract in IEEE Xplore, DOI: 10.1109/CloudCom.2017.17
João Soares, Fetahi Wuhib, Vinay Yadhav, Xin Hany, Robin Joseph.
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