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Cloud Computing

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The Cloud Computing paradigm is rapidly transforming the development, deployment, and management of Information Systems on a basic level. Cloud technologies, such as virtualization, application containers, multi-cloud federation and the Intercloud are enabling elasticity, cost-efficiency and scalability for private deployments as well as public offerings.

 

SNET is conducting applied research oriented towards the needs of business, academic, and private cloud consumers. Some of our research areas include: 

  • The description and brokering of cloud services using simple domain-specific languages.
  • Cloud brokering and matchmaking using constraint modelling.
  • Secure federated multi-cloud access management using standards such as OpenID Connect, SAML, and XACML.
  • Attribute-based encryption technologies for personal data sharing
  • Cloud location information and metadata structures.

We always try to publish Open Source software in our Github repository.

Publications

Demchenko, Y. and Turkmen, F. and Slawik, M. and Laat, C. d. (2017). Defining Intercloud Security Framework and Architecture Components for Multi-cloud Data Intensive Applications. 2017 17th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Grid Computing (CCGRID), 945-952.


Slawik, M. and Zilci, B.I. and Küpper, A. (2018). Establishing User-centric Cloud Service Registries. Future Generation Computer Systems. Elsevier, 846-867.


Dinh Tuan, H. and Beierle, F. and Rodriguez Garzon, S. (2019). MAIA: A Microservices-based Architecture for Industrial Data Analytics. IEEE International Conference on Industrial Cyber-Physical Systems. IEEE, 23–30.


Zielinski, E. and Schulz-Zander, J. and Ruckstuhl, H. and Artemenko, A. and Ramirez, A. and Zeiger, F. and Mormul, M. and Hetzelt, F. and Beierle, F. and Klaus, H. and Zimmermann, M. and Schellenberger, C. (2019). Secure Real-time Communication and Computing Infrastructure for Industry 4.0 – Challenges and Opportunities. Proceedings 2019 Advanced Communication Networks for Industrial Applications (AIComNets). IEEE.


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