DDIC: Distributed Data-Intensive Cloud Computing Systems


The Internet has evolved to become a service delivery infrastructure instead of merely providing host connectivity. Different forms of large-scale distributed systems have been developped to provide attractive service provisioning solutions. Recent industry initiatives such as Google-IBM Cloud Computing and Amazon EC2 are encourging real-world examples. We envision the emergence of service-oriented data-intensive computing infrastructure, where different nodes provide various data analytics functions such as filtering, correlation, aggregation. Each service can have multiple instances that provide same or different quality-of-service (QoS) levels. Different service instances can be composed on-the-fly into a composed application services. However, as such an infrastructure becomes larger, the management complexitity becomes the major barrier. DDIC aims at providing an automatic management framework to tackle the complexity obstacle. DDIC has the following goals:



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