ASCETiC: adapting service lifeCycle towards efficienT clouds
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Reducing energy consumption is increasingly gaining attention in the area of Cloud computing, as means to reduce costs and improve corporate sustainability image. ASCETiC is focused on providing novel methods and tools to support software developers to optimise energy efficiency and minimise the carbon footprint resulting from developing, deploying and running software in Clouds. At the same time, quality of service, experience and perception are still taken into account, so energy efficiency will complement them and boost Cloud efficiency at several dimensions. ASCETiC primary focus is to relate software design and energy use, which will depend on the deployment conditions and the correct operation of the software by means of an adaptive environment. This paper presents specific objectives for the project, as well as requirements, business goals and architecture for the resultant Open Source Cloud stack providing energy efficiency at software, platform and infrastructure Cloud layers.
CitationJuan Ferrer, A., Garcia, D., Agiatzidou, E., Lordan, F., Ejarque, J., Sirvent, R., Badia, R.M., Guitart, J., Ortiz, D., Macias, M., Deprez, J., Ponsard, C., Temporale, C., Panuccio, P., Sommacampagna, D., Blasi, L., Djemame, K., Armstrong, D., Kammer, M. ASCETiC: adapting service lifeCycle towards efficienT clouds. A: "European Project Space: cases and examples". Setubal: SCITEPRESS, 2014, p. 89-106.
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