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Ontological services level agreement (SLA) model and its application in cloud computing environment.


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Abdullah, Rusli (2013) Ontological services level agreement (SLA) model and its application in cloud computing environment. In: Conference on Software Engineering Parallel and Distributed Systems (SEPADS 13), 20-22 Feb. 2013, United Kingdom. .

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Service Level Agreement (SLA) is a contractual agreement that has been established between the members of community of practice (CoP) that consists of the service provider and the recipient for a specific application of services based on its allocating and sharing resources as a services in cloud computing. This agreement is an outcome that based on negotiation process will be identifying and describing the SLA that has been offered by the service provider or ownership of the cloud to their respective recipients. The resource allocation engagement or what we called as RaaS are including the software (Software as a Service - SaaS), infrastructure (Infrastructure as a Service – IaaS), and platform (Platform as a Service – PaaS). In this context, there are many parties who are very concerning about it, but unfortunately there is lacking of a common of SLA of best practice as a guideline that can be used for CoP to make use for the future purposes in engaging with services in the cloud environment. Therefore, in this paper will discuss the model of SLA in order to ensure everybody who are providing and receiving the services in the cloud satisfied and getting the best maximum return of the investment in allocating and sharing resources among the providers and recipients in cloud computing environment.


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Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Divisions: Faculty of Computer Science and Information Technology
Notes: Full text are available at Special Collection Division Office
Keywords: Service level agreement; Resource allocation; Software as a service; Infrastructure as a service; Platform as a service; Cloud computing.
Depositing User: Erni Suraya Abdul Aziz
Date Deposited: 27 Mar 2014 17:06
Last Modified: 09 Apr 2014 12:02
URI: http://psasir.upm.edu.my/id/eprint/27370
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