Cloud computing testbed

Sławomir Przyłucki, Daniel Sawicki

Abstract


The article presents the testbed for fast prototyping of the cloud computing structures. The main aim of our proposition is the minimalization of the required hardware resources as well as an ease of system expansion. The testbed based on the Eucalyptus packet and it preserves all its specific features.

Keywords


cloud computing; Eucalyptus; virtualization

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21936/si2011_v32.n3A.232