Profa. Dra. Patricia Endo tem artigo aprovado em conferência A2

A Profa. Dra. Patricia Takako Endo teve o artigo “A Methodology for Automating the Cloud Data Center Availability Assessment” aceito para apresentação no 33rd International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and Applications (AINA-2019), que acontecerá em Matsue, Japão, de 27 a 29 de Março de 2019.

O artigo é resultado do projeto DCAV II, na qual a professora colabora como pesquisadora. O projeto é desenvolvido no Grupo de Pesquisa em Redes de Computadores e Telecomunicações (GPRT), da Universidade Federal de Pernambuco (UFPE) e conta com dois ex-alunos do curso de Sistemas de Informação da UPE Caruaru, Guto e Leylane.
Autores:
Guto Leoni, Daniel Rosendo, Demis Gomes, Leylane Ferreira, André Moreira, Djamel Hadj Sadok, Judith Kelner, Glauco Estácio Gonçalves, Patricia Takako Endo and Mattias Wildeman
Abstract:
Organizations worldwide are rapidly migrating their IT services and infrastructure to cloud data centers in order to reduce costs and guarantee high availability, scalability, and security. Considering that service downtime translates into  major financial losses, new mechanisms need to be developed to assess the availability of cloud data center dynamically. However, data center availability analysis remains a complex task and one that is prone to human error due the large number of components and their interconnections. In this work we propose a methodology for acquiring information about a data center infrastructure and, automatically, generating computational models to assess its availability. We make use of the Redfish standard to acquire information about the data center infrastructure, the main standard for data center management. To demonstrate the applicability of our proposal, we conduct a study to analyze availability and failure costs of an application hosted in a cloud and we compare different scenarios with redundant servers according to the TIA-942 data center standard. Results show that a lower tier level with redundant servers, in some cases, is more suitable (more available and less costly) than higher tier levels without redundant servers hosting a cloud application.

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