Markets arise as an efficient way of organising resources in Cloud Computing scenarios. In Cloud Computing Markets, Brokers that represent both Clients and Service Providers meet in a Market and negotiate for the sales of resources or services. This paper defends the idea that efficient negotiations require of the usage of resource-level information for increasing the accuracy of negotiated Service Level Agreements and facilitating the achievement of both performance and business goals. A negotiation model based on the maximisation
of nonadditive utility functions that considers multiple objectives is defined, and its validity is demonstrated in the experiments.
CitationMacías, M.; Guitart, J. Using resource-level information into nonadditive negotiation models for cloud market environments. A: IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium. "2010 IEEE/IFIP Network Operations and Management Symposium". Osaka: IEEE Computer Society Publications, 2010, p. 325-332.
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