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R. Baird – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • IEEE Symposium on Mass Storage Systems – Virtual storage architecture guide (VSAG)
    Proceedings of IEEE 14th Symposium on Mass Storage Systems, 1995
    Co-Authors: R. Baird

    Abstract:

    The VSAG expands on the virtual storage concepts of the IEEE Mass Storage Systems Reference Model (MSSRM), version 5. The intended outcome of the VSAG is to provide a framework for the VSS standard that will enable software vendors to develop and deploy interoperable virtual storage management products. The VSAG provides a model for: a single storage image of diverse technologies in a multivendor network of storage devices; interoperability with other OSSI components and relevant IEEE, ISO, and ANSI standards; adapting to various existing and anticipated data management clientele. The VSAG envisions a single storage image of diverse device technologies in a multivendor network. The VSAG also promotes the automation of routine storage management tasks, permits reConfiguration of network storage as needs change, and supports common points of administration for accounting, Availability, Configuration, performance, recovery, and security. The scope of the VSAG includes: definition of virtual objects that reside in persistent storage; framework for software interfaces and protocols; model for servers of various types interacting within a single network. The scope of the VSAG excludes: detail specification of interfaces; specification of specific functional requirements and dependencies; discussion of algorithms, protocols, and physical media formats.

  • Virtual storage architecture guide (VSAG)
    Proceedings of IEEE 14th Symposium on Mass Storage Systems, 1995
    Co-Authors: R. Baird

    Abstract:

    The VSAG expands on the virtual storage concepts of the IEEE Mass Storage Systems Reference Model (MSSRM), version 5. The intended outcome of the VSAG is to provide a framework for the VSS standard that will enable software vendors to develop and deploy interoperable virtual storage management products. The VSAG provides a model for: a single storage image of diverse technologies in a multivendor network of storage devices; interoperability with other OSSI components and relevant IEEE, ISO, and ANSI standards; adapting to various existing and anticipated data management clientele. The VSAG envisions a single storage image of diverse device technologies in a multivendor network. The VSAG also promotes the automation of routine storage management tasks, permits reConfiguration of network storage as needs change, and supports common points of administration for accounting, Availability, Configuration, performance, recovery, and security. The scope of the VSAG includes: definition of virtual objects that reside in persistent storage; framework for software interfaces and protocols; model for servers of various types interacting within a single network. The scope of the VSAG excludes: detail specification of interfaces; specification of specific functional requirements and dependencies; discussion of algorithms, protocols, and physical media formats.

Gang Huang – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • model based high Availability Configuration framework for cloud
    Proceedings of the 2013 Middleware Doctoral Symposium on, 2013
    Co-Authors: Yihan Wu, Gang Huang

    Abstract:

    Since cloud computing has emerged as a commercial reality, guaranteeing high Availability (HA) has become a critical requirement. Many kinds of HA mechanisms have been developed with the rapid expansion of cloud computing. However, selection and Configuration are difficult in practice. In the development phase, developers must choose HA mechanisms for cloud computing based on their experience. In the use phase, users must choose and configure the HA mechanisms for their virtual machines (VMs) or services deployed on VMs. In this paper, we proposed a model-based HA Configuration framework for the cloud. For the developer, we proposed an open HA mechanism library and an automatic Configuration process. For users, we intend to ease the selection of HA mechanisms in the ever-changing cloud environment. We are implementing our approach in our model-based cloud platform, JadeCloud.

  • Middleware Doctoral Symposium – Model-based high Availability Configuration framework for cloud
    Proceedings of the 2013 Middleware Doctoral Symposium on – MDS '13, 2013
    Co-Authors: Yihan Wu, Gang Huang

    Abstract:

    Since cloud computing has emerged as a commercial reality, guaranteeing high Availability (HA) has become a critical requirement. Many kinds of HA mechanisms have been developed with the rapid expansion of cloud computing. However, selection and Configuration are difficult in practice. In the development phase, developers must choose HA mechanisms for cloud computing based on their experience. In the use phase, users must choose and configure the HA mechanisms for their virtual machines (VMs) or services deployed on VMs. In this paper, we proposed a model-based HA Configuration framework for the cloud. For the developer, we proposed an open HA mechanism library and an automatic Configuration process. For users, we intend to ease the selection of HA mechanisms in the ever-changing cloud environment. We are implementing our approach in our model-based cloud platform, JadeCloud.

Yihan Wu – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • model based high Availability Configuration framework for cloud
    Proceedings of the 2013 Middleware Doctoral Symposium on, 2013
    Co-Authors: Yihan Wu, Gang Huang

    Abstract:

    Since cloud computing has emerged as a commercial reality, guaranteeing high Availability (HA) has become a critical requirement. Many kinds of HA mechanisms have been developed with the rapid expansion of cloud computing. However, selection and Configuration are difficult in practice. In the development phase, developers must choose HA mechanisms for cloud computing based on their experience. In the use phase, users must choose and configure the HA mechanisms for their virtual machines (VMs) or services deployed on VMs. In this paper, we proposed a model-based HA Configuration framework for the cloud. For the developer, we proposed an open HA mechanism library and an automatic Configuration process. For users, we intend to ease the selection of HA mechanisms in the ever-changing cloud environment. We are implementing our approach in our model-based cloud platform, JadeCloud.

  • Middleware Doctoral Symposium – Model-based high Availability Configuration framework for cloud
    Proceedings of the 2013 Middleware Doctoral Symposium on – MDS '13, 2013
    Co-Authors: Yihan Wu, Gang Huang

    Abstract:

    Since cloud computing has emerged as a commercial reality, guaranteeing high Availability (HA) has become a critical requirement. Many kinds of HA mechanisms have been developed with the rapid expansion of cloud computing. However, selection and Configuration are difficult in practice. In the development phase, developers must choose HA mechanisms for cloud computing based on their experience. In the use phase, users must choose and configure the HA mechanisms for their virtual machines (VMs) or services deployed on VMs. In this paper, we proposed a model-based HA Configuration framework for the cloud. For the developer, we proposed an open HA mechanism library and an automatic Configuration process. For users, we intend to ease the selection of HA mechanisms in the ever-changing cloud environment. We are implementing our approach in our model-based cloud platform, JadeCloud.