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Creating a Sustainable Federation of Cloud-Based Infrastructures for the Future Internet - The FIWARE Approach
Citation key fiwarelab
Author Al-hazmi, Yahya and Willner, Alexander and Pickering, Brian and Alloush, Alaa and Magedanz, Thomas and Cretti, Silvio
Title of Book 10th EAI International Conference on Testbeds and Research Infrastructures for the Development of Networks & Communities (TRIDENTCOM)
Pages 1––10
Year 2015
DOI 10.4108/icst.tridentcom.2015.259747
Address Vancouver, Canada
Month jun
Publisher IEEE
Abstract The remarkable success of cloud computing has change the way services and applications are implemented and offered not least because of the flexibility and scalability that such an environment can offer. Cloud federation has tremendous potential for the industry as an effective way to increase the capacity of resources and diversity of offerings while keeping costs relatively low. Yet cloud federation is still in its infancy, with different approaches being introduced, either in terms of architectural design or the availability of test facilities. This paper introduces the FIWARE approach for federating multiple cloud-based infrastructures targeting different fields related to Future Internet and Smart-Cities innovative de- velopments. Sustainability is considered in the focus of our approach. In addition to the traditional cloud services, the FIWARE federation mainly offers a set of general-purpose platform functions and services extended with further facili- ties (e.g. sensing and Software-Defined-Networking (SDN) capabilities) advancing the market with smart infrastructures. These services are available through open (public and royalty- free), vendor-independent APIs supporting open innovation. We present federated infrastructure sustainability considera- tions along with the FIWARE federation architecture design that is implemented and deployed within a federation of 17 cloud-based infrastructures distributed across Europe.
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