The Challenge of Cloud Control

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Bibtex

@inproceedings{991c67bcdd8b44c69ce7d0a1a4fcb00f,
title = "The Challenge of Cloud Control",
abstract = "Today’s cloud data center infrastructures are not even near being able to cope with the enormous and rapidly varying capacity demands that will be reality in a near future. So far, very little is understood about how to transform today’s data centers (being large, power-hungry facilities, and operated through heroic efforts by numerous administrators) into a self-managed, dynamic, and dependable infrastructure, constantly delivering expected QoS with reasonable operation costs and acceptable carbon footprint for large-scale services with sometimes dramatic variations in capacity demands. In this paper, we discuss some of the major challenges for resource-optimized cloud data center. We propose a new research area called Cloud Control, which is a control theoretic approach to a range of cloud management problems, aiming to transform today´s static and energy consuming cloud data centers into self-managed, dynamic, and dependable infrastructures, constantly delivering expected quality of service with acceptable operation costs and carbon footprint for large-scale services with varying capacity demands.",
author = "Maria Kihl and Erik Elmroth and Johan Tordsson and Karl-Erik {\AA}rz{\'e}n and Anders Robertsson",
year = "2013",
language = "English",
booktitle = "8th International Workshop on Feedback Computing",
publisher = "USENIX Association",

}