TITLE

"OPEN SOURCE" TECHNOLOGIES USED IN CLOUD COMPUTING IMPLEMENTATIONS

AUTHOR(S)
IOVAN, Stefan; IVANUS, Cristian
PUB. DATE
May 2014
SOURCE
Fiability & Durability / Fiabilitate si Durabilitate;2014 Supplement, Issue 1, p32
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
History has revealed that open source standards are extremely beneficial for end users and is a catalyst for innovation. Similar to how open source technology has revolutionized the Web and made possible the Linux operating system, it will also have a tremendous impact on cloud computing. With regard to open standards and open source technologies top companies will achieve this for cloud computing. This time also, the winner will be the customer who will not be constrained by a single provider and will be free to choose the best platform based on an optimal set of capabilities that meet his needs. This paper aims to present the important issues in cloud computing implementations using open source technologies and developments.
ACCESSION #
97069940

 

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