DIaaS: Resource Management System for the Intra-Cloud with On-Premise Desktops
AbstractInfrastructure as a service with desktops (DIaaS) based on the extensible mark-up language (XML) is herein proposed to utilize surplus resources. DIaaS is a traditional surplus-resource integrated management technology. It is designed to provide fast work distribution and computing services based on user service requests as well as storage services through desktop-based distributed computing and storage resource integration. DIaaS includes a nondisruptive resource service and an auto-scalable scheme to enhance the availability and scalability of intra-cloud computing resources. A performance evaluation of the proposed scheme measured the clustering performance time for surplus resource utilization. The results showed improvement in computing and storage services in a connection of at least two computers compared to the traditional method for high-availability measurement of nondisruptive services. Furthermore, an artificial server error environment was used to create a clustering delay for computing and storage services and for nondisruptive services. It was compared to the Hadoop distributed file system (HDFS). View Full-Text
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Kim, H.-W.; Han, J.; Park, J.H.; Jeong, Y.-S. DIaaS: Resource Management System for the Intra-Cloud with On-Premise Desktops. Symmetry 2017, 9, 8.
Kim H-W, Han J, Park JH, Jeong Y-S. DIaaS: Resource Management System for the Intra-Cloud with On-Premise Desktops. Symmetry. 2017; 9(1):8.Chicago/Turabian Style
Kim, Hyun-Woo; Han, Jaekyung; Park, Jong H.; Jeong, Young-Sik. 2017. "DIaaS: Resource Management System for the Intra-Cloud with On-Premise Desktops." Symmetry 9, no. 1: 8.
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