Multi-Cloud Portable Application Deployment with VEP

Abstract : Leveraging the plethora of available Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) solutions proves to be a hard task for users who should face the complexity of dealing with heterogeneous systems, either in terms of resources or APIs. Application portability is the mean to reduce the burden of adapting applications for specific IaaS types and escape po-tential vendor lock-in. The Virtual Execution Platform (VEP) is a cloud middleware software that interfaces multiple IaaS clouds and presents end-users with an interface facilitating deployment and life cycle man-agement of distributed applications made up of several inter-networked virtual machines. This paper presents the design of VEP and experi-mental results that evaluate its scalability in deploying applications on OpenNebula and OpenStack clouds.
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Roberto G. Cascella, Stefania Costache, Florian Dudouet, Filippo Gaudenzi, Yvon Jégou, et al.. Multi-Cloud Portable Application Deployment with VEP. [Technical Report] Inria. 2014. ⟨hal-01076925v2⟩

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