REMICS Participation at Bookchapter: "Migrating Legacy Application To The Service Cloud Paradigm - The Remics Project"

 

REMICS contributed a chapter "Migrating Legacy Application To The Service Cloud Paradigm - The Remics Project" to the book "European Research Activities in Cloud Computing". Chapter is based on whole remics approach.

BOOK TILE: European Research Activities in Cloud Computing
GUEST EDITORS
Dana Petcu, West (University of Timisoara, Romania)
José Luis Vázquez-Poletti (University Complutese de Madrid, Spain)

ISBN: 978-1-4438-3507-7
DOI: 10.978.14438/35077

Preface

Cloud Computing term is nowadays on the hype. Despite the considerable efforts and investments in the industry of Cloud computing, critical problems are not solved yet and the research and development community involved in distributed computing is searching for viable solutions.

This book intends to be present a snapshot of the on-going activities in research and development undertaken at the European level through collaborative work of multi-national teams in the frame of the FP7 programme of European Commission.

The material is split in four parts. Two of them are oriented towards the potential clients of Cloud computing: on one side the service offer towards the potential clients of Cloud computing, on another side the ways to adopt the Cloud computing paradigm. The other two parts are addressing the Cloud computing providers’ problems: one part is dealing with the Cloud management while the second one with the automation efforts.

The idea to group in a book the contributions of different European projects dealing with Cloud computing problems has emerge with the occasion of organizing 2nd Workshop on Software Services: Cloud Computing and Applications based on Software Services (2nd WoSS, 6-9 June 2011, in Timisoara, Romania, http://sprers.eu/events/2nd-woss). 

In a cloudy period about what Cloud computing can and cannot, we hope that the content of the book will transform the clouds from the reader’ sky in white, fluffy and friendly clouds.

We warmly recommend this book to the students, researchers and developers working in the field of distributed computing.

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