Three-Dimensional Space to Assess Cloud Interoperability
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Cloud computing is an emerging technology that promises the reduction of IT costs (personnel, software, and hardware) for enterprises, as well as individual users. Despite this appealing offer, this technology has still not been widely adopted in the enterprise IT. Users are still worried about vendor lock-in; they will not be able to move their data and applications from one cloud provider to another easily or return to in-house IT. Currently, users do not have the means to specify and assess the interoperability level of the cloud provider that they desire to entrust their IT operations. In this thesis work, we provide a three-dimensional space to assess and visualize the interoperability level of any cloud provider so that cloud users can select the providers services that better fit their interoperability needs.
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