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A Report on “Aneka: .NET-based Cloud Computing Software” Released July 26, 2009

Posted by Rajkumar Buyya in Cloud Computing, CLOUDS Lab News, Manjrasoft News.
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Dear All:

The GRIDS Lab has recently released a detailed report on our Aneka Cloud Computing software. Brief details are enclosed below. The full report is available at:
http://www.gridbus.org/reports/AnekaCloudPlatform2009.pdf

If you like to have access/explore Aneka software, pls download it from:
http://www.manjrasoft.com/download.html

Thanks
Raj


Title: Aneka: A Software Platform for .NET-based Cloud Computing
Authors: Christian Vecchiola, Xingchen Chu, and Rajkumar Buyya
Categories: cs.DC cs.CE cs.NI cs.OS cs.PL cs.SE
Comments: 30 pages, 10 figures
Report-no: GRIDS-TR-2009-4, Grid Computing and Distributed Systems Laboratory, The University of Melbourne, Australia, May 25, 2009.
ACM-class: C.1.4, C.2.4
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Abstract: Aneka is a platform for deploying Clouds developing applications on top of it. It provides a runtime environment and a set of APIs that allow developers to build .NET applications that leverage their computation on either public or private clouds. One of the key features of Aneka is the ability of supporting multiple programming models that are ways of expressing the execution logic of applications by using specific abstractions. This is accomplished by creating a customizable and extensible service oriented runtime environment represented by a collection of software containers connected together. By leveraging on these architecture advanced services including resource reservation, persistence, storage management, security, and performance monitoring have been implemented. On top of this infrastructure different programming models can be plugged to provide support for different scenarios as demonstrated by the engineering, life science, and industry applications.

Referenced/Cited as:
Christian Vecchiola, Xingchen Chu, and Rajkumar Buyya, Aneka: A Software Platform for .NET-based Cloud Computing, Technical Report, GRIDS-TR-2009-4, Grid Computing and Distributed Systems Laboratory, The University of Melbourne, Australia, May 25, 2009.
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