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Integrating Requirements with SLI Layer for Cloud Computing Services to Meet SLA and QoS

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Cloud computing is high technology, which fulfills needs of common as well as enterprise level to meet their information and communication technology requirements and so on. Cloud computing extends existing information technology capabilities and requirements. Many technologies are being merged with cloud computing, same as that orchestrations can boost cloud service provisioning process. The usage of orchestrations can play vital role to provision cloud services. Cloud service providers can create scalable cloud services at low cost by organizing cloud infrastructure by using cloud orchestrations. Dynamic orchestration flows can generate required cloud computing services to meet service level agreements and quality of services. There is a need to understand issues and barriers involved to integrate cloud orchestrations with cloud service provisioning process. There is also need to understand business related problems bordering cloud computing technology. There is much capacity to do targeted research work for cloud orchestrations and its integration with service level agreements as well as with SLI (service level integration) layer. In this article we have elaborated detailed analysis and identified a number of issues that will affect the cloud service users as well as cloud service providers and cloud service provisioning system. We are defining an approach to orchestrate cloud infrastructure by using orchestration flows, to generate cloud services in order to meet service level agreements and quality of standard.

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M. Irfan, Z. Hong, M. Sharif, A. Qureshi, R. Kanwal and M. Imran, "Integrating Requirements with SLI Layer for Cloud Computing Services to Meet SLA and QoS," Journal of Software Engineering and Applications, Vol. 6 No. 3, 2013, pp. 140-146. doi: 10.4236/jsea.2013.63018.

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