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CloudAnalyst: A CloudSim-based Visual Modeller for Analysing Cloud Computing Environments and Applications October 25, 2009

Posted by Rajkumar Buyya in Cloud Computing, CLOUDS Lab News.
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Title: CloudAnalyst: A CloudSim-based Visual Modeller for Analysing Cloud
Computing Environments and Applications
Authors: Bhathiya Wickremasinghe, Rodrigo N. Calheiros, and Rajkumar Buyya
Report-no: Technical Report, CLOUDS-TR-2009-12, Cloud Computing and Distributed Systems Laboratory, The University of Melbourne, Australia, Oct. 23, 2009

Abstract:

Advances in Cloud computing enable new possibilities to Internet applications
developers. Previously, the main concern of Internet applications developers
was deployment and hosting of applications, because it required acquisition of
a server with a fixed capacity, able to handle the expected application peak
demand, installation of the whole software infrastructure of the platform
supporting the application, and configuration of the application itself.
Furthermore, server was underutilized because peak traffic happens only at
specific times. With the advent of the Cloud, solution of this problem became
cheaper and easier with the use of pay-per-use, flexible elastic infrastructure
services offered by Cloud providers. Because several Cloud providers are
available, each one offering different pricing models and located in different
geographic regions, a new concern of application developers is selecting
providers and data center locations for applications. However, there is a lack
of tools that enable developers to evaluate requirements of large-scale Cloud
applications in terms of geographic distribution of both computing servers and
user workloads. To fill this gap in tools for evaluation and modeling of Cloud
environments and applications, in this paper we propose CloudAnalyst. It was
developed to simulate large-scale Cloud applications with the purpose of
studying the behavior of such applications under various deployment
configurations. CloudAnalyst helps developers with insights in how to
distribute applications among Cloud infrastructures and value added services
such as optimization of applications performance and providers incoming with
the use of Service Brokers.

Download full article from:

http://www.gridbus.org/reports/CloudAnalyst2009.pdf

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Comments»

1. Minu - November 24, 2009

Good Work!!How to get CloudAnalyst for people like me who are interested in knowing the cloud infrastructure?

2. Rajkumar Buyya - April 5, 2010

You can download it from CloudSim website at cloudbus.org/cloudsim/


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