2016 IEEE 4th International Conference on Future Internet of Things and Cloud Workshops (FiCloudW) (2016)
Aug. 22, 2016 to Aug. 24, 2016
With an increasing number of service providers in the cloud market, the competition between these is also increasing. Each provider attempts to attract customers by providing a high quality service with lowest possible cost and at the same time trying to make profit. Often, cloud resources are advertised and brokered in a spot market style, i.e., traded for immediate delivery. This paper proposes an architecture for a brokerage model specifically for multi-cloud resource spot markets that integrates the resource brokerage function across several cloud providers. We use a tuple space architecture to facilitate coordination. This architecture supports specifically multiple cloud providers selling unused resources in the spot market. To support the matching process by finding the best match between customer requirements and providers, offers are matched with regard the lowest possible cost available for the customer in the market at the time of the request. The key role of this architecture is to provide the coordination techniques built on a tuple space, adapted to the cloud spot market.
Cloud computing, Pricing, Computer architecture, Quality of service, Computational modeling, Reliability, Hardware
S. Aldawood, F. Fowley, C. Pahl, D. Taibi and X. Liu, "A Coordination-Based Brokerage Architecture for Multi-cloud Resource Markets," 2016 IEEE 4th International Conference on Future Internet of Things and Cloud Workshops (FiCloudW)(FICLOUDW), Vienna, Austria, 2016, pp. 7-14.