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Title: Virtualization, Containerization, Composition, and Orchestration of Cloud Computing Services
Authors: Odun-Ayo, Isaac
Geteloma, Victor
Eweoya, Ibukun
Ahuja, Ravin
Keywords: Cloud computing
Systematic mapping
Issue Date: Jun-2019
Publisher: Springer: International Conference on Computational Science and Its Applications ; ICCSA 2019
Citation: Odun-Ayo I., Geteloma V., Eweoya I., Ahuja R. (2019) Virtualization, Containerization, Composition, and Orchestration of Cloud Computing Services. In: Misra S. et al. (eds) Computational Science and Its Applications – ICCSA 2019. ICCSA 2019. Lecture Notes in Computer Science, vol 11622. Springer, Cham.
Abstract: Cloud Computing is a dynamic concept which applies virtualization cum allied techniques to facilitate the provision of services to users. To support provision of resources to users by the service and deployment models, core technologies such as virtualization, containerization and orchestration are used on the cloud. However, the task of having to determine a research focus is challenging and rigorous. A systematic map enables a synthesis of a scheme for categorizing data in a domain that interests researchers. This work conducts a systematic mapping study of virtualization, containerization and orchestration of cloud computing services. The results indicated that articles on virtualization in the area of valuation research and experience papers were 8.56% and 3.28% respectively. In addition, many articles discussed deployment based on validation and solution research with 4.92% and 13.93% respectively. There were more papers published that discussed orchestration in terms of philosophical papers with 2.45%. The lowest publications on models were on the topic of orchestration which was 1.9%. Also, the lowest number of papers on evaluation research was on deployment which was 3.28%. Furthermore, the lowest numbers of articles on validation research were on composition enabler which was 0.82%, while that of solution proposal were on orchestration with 0.82%. The result of this research reveals the gaps that will be beneficial to the trio of researchers, industries, and providers.
Description: Staff Publication
ISBN: 978-3-030-24305-0
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