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Cloud Services, Networking, and Management

ISBN: 978-1-118-84594-3
432 pages
April 2015, Wiley-IEEE Press
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Cloud Services, Networking and Management provides a comprehensive overview of the cloud infrastructure and services, as well as their underlying management mechanisms, including data center virtualization and networking, cloud security and reliability, big data analytics, scientific and commercial applications.

Special features of the book include:

  • State-of-the-art content
  • Self-contained chapters for readers with specific interests
  • Includes commercial applications on Cloud (video services and games)
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Table of Contents

Preface xiii

Contributors xvii

PART I BASIC CONCEPTS AND ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES 1

1 CLOUD ARCHITECTURES, NETWORKS, SERVICES, AND MANAGEMENT 3

1.1 Introduction 3

1.2 Part I: Introduction to Cloud Computing 4

1.3 Part II: Research Challenges—The Chapters in This Book 14

1.4 Conclusion 21

References 21

2 VIRTUALIZATION IN THE CLOUD 23

2.1 The Need for Virtualization Management in the Cloud 23

2.2 Basic Concepts 25

2.3 Virtualized Elements 26

2.4 Virtualization Operations 29

2.5 Interfaces for Virtualization Management 30

2.6 Tools and Systems 34

2.7 Challenges 40

References 44

3 VIRTUAL MACHINE MIGRATION 49

3.1 Introduction 49

3.2 VM Migration 51

3.3 Virtual Network Migration without Packet Loss 59

3.4 Security of Virtual Environments 61

3.5 Future Directions 66

3.6 Conclusion 68

References 68

PART II CLOUD NETWORKING AND COMMUNICATIONS 73

4 DATACENTER NETWORKS AND RELEVANT STANDARDS 75

4.1 Overview 75

4.2 Topologies 76

4.3 Network Expansion 82

4.4 Traffic 85

4.5 Routing 89

4.6 Addressing 93

4.7 Research Challenges 96

4.8 Summary 98

References 99

5 INTER-DATA-CENTER NETWORKS WITH MINIMUM OPERATIONAL COSTS 105

5.1 Introduction 105

5.2 Inter-Data-Center Network Virtualization 108

5.3 IDC Network Design with Minimum Electric Bills 115

5.4 Inter-Data-Center Network Design with Minimum Downtime Penalties 120

5.5 Overcoming Energy versus Resilience Trade-Off 123

5.6 Summary and Discussions 124

References 126

6 OPENFLOW AND SDN FOR CLOUDS 129

6.1 Introduction 129

6.2 SDN, Cloud Computing, and Virtualization Challenges 130

6.3 Software-Defined Networking 132

6.4 Overview of Cloud Computing and OpenStack 138

6.5 SDN for Cloud Computing 142

6.6 Combining OpenFlow and OpenStack with OpenDaylight 145

6.7 Software-Defined Infrastructures 149

6.8 Research Trends and Challenges 150

6.9 Concluding Remarks 151

References 151

7 MOBILE CLOUD COMPUTING 153

7.1 Introduction 153

7.2 Mobile Cloud Computing 155

7.3 Risks in MCC 163

7.4 Risk Management for MCC 177

7.5 Conclusions 184

References 186

PART III CLOUD MANAGEMENT 191

8 ENERGY CONSUMPTION OPTIMIZATION IN CLOUD DATA CENTERS 193

8.1 Introduction 193

8.2 Energy Consumption in Data Centers: Components and Models 195

8.3 Energy Efficient System-Level Optimization of Data Centers 198

8.4 Conclusions and Open Challenges 210

References 211

9 PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING 217

9.1 Introduction 217

9.2 Background Concepts 219

9.3 Related Work 221

9.4 X-Cloud Application Management Platform 222

9.5 Implementation 229

9.6 Experiments and a Case Study 232

9.7 Challenges in Management on Heterogeneous Clouds 238

9.8 Conclusion 239

References 240

10 RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND SCHEDULING 243

10.1 Introduction 243

10.2 Basic Concepts 244

10.3 Applications 248

10.4 Problem Definition 249

10.5 Resource Management and Scheduling in Clouds 254

10.6 Challenges and Perspectives 262

10.7 Conclusion 264

References 264

11 CLOUD SECURITY 269

11.1 Introduction 270

11.2 Technical Background 273

11.3 Existing Solutions 274

11.4 Transforming to the New IDPS Cloud Security Solutions 278

11.5 FlowIPS: Design and Implementation 279

11.6 FlowIPS vs Snort/Iptables IPS 282

11.7 Network Reconfiguration 284

11.8 Performance Comparison 288

11.9 Open Issues and Future Work 290

11.10 Conclusion 291

References 291

12 SURVIVABILITY AND FAULT TOLERANCE IN THE CLOUD 295

12.1 Introduction 295

12.2 Background 296

12.3 Failure Characterization in Cloud Environments 298

12.4 Availability-Aware Resource Allocation Schemes 299

12.5 Conclusion 307

References 307

PART IV CLOUD APPLICATIONS AND SERVICES 309

13 SCIENTIFIC APPLICATIONS ON CLOUDS 311

13.1 Introduction 311

13.2 Background Information 313

13.3 Related Work 313

13.4 IWIR Workflow Model 314

13.5 Amazon SWF Background 315

13.6 RainCloud Workflow 317

13.7 IWIR-to-SWF Conversion 319

13.8 Experiments 324

13.9 Open Challenges 328

13.10 Conclusion 329

References 330

14 INTERACTIVE MULTIMEDIA APPLICATIONS ON CLOUDS 333

14.1 Introduction 333

14.2 Delivery Models for Interactive Multimedia Services 335

14.3 Cloud Gaming 339

14.4 UGC Live Streaming 345

14.5 Time-Shifting Video Streaming 351

14.6 Open Challenges 353

14.7 Conclusion 354

References 355

15 BIG DATA ON CLOUDS (BDOC) 361

15.1 Introduction 361

15.2 Historical Perspective and State of the Art 362

15.3 Clouds—Supply and Demand of Big Data 364

15.4 Emerging Business Applications 365

15.5 Cloud and Service Availability 368

15.6 BDOC Security Issues 372

15.7 BDOC Legal Issues 379

15.8 Enabling Future Success—Stem Cultivation and Outreach 384

15.9 Open Challenges and Future Directions 385

15.10 Conclusions 388

References 388

Index 393

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Author Information

Nelson Fonseca is a Professor at the Institute of Computing of the State University of Campinas, Brazil. He's received several conference best paper awards. He received the IEEE ComSoc Joseph LoCicero Award for Exemplary Service to Publications. He was Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials.

Raouf Boutaba is a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo, Canada. He has received several journal and conference Best Paper Awards such as the 2008 IEEE Fred W. Ellersnick Prize Paper Award. He received the IEEE ComSoc Harold Sobol Award for Exemplary Service to Meetings & Conferences. He is the founding Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Transaction on Network Management and Services.
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Reviews

Each chapter of the book is a separate self-contained part. The length of each chapter is adequately selected, while the balance between an introduction for beginners and details for advanced readers is excellently preserved. For a majority of the covered topics, a comprehensive survey and thoughtful taxonomy are provided. The presented issues are followed by the exemplary solutions, which are not only conceptual, but very often describe practical deployments. Furthermore, the reference lists are complete, while indicated directions for further studies are relevant and valuable.......Summarizing, I recommend this book as a source of very relevant and valuable information about popular and emerging cloud-related topics. An additional advantage is that security and energy efficiency are also addressed. - (IEEE Communication Magazine- Nov 2016)

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