Dynamic SLAs for Clouds
SLAC is a language for specifying Service Level Agreements in the cloud computing domain. With this language, we propose a new perspective on SLA, where they are dynamic and change according to the conditions and actions defined in the SLA itself. Moreover, its semantics is formally defined; it supports the main cloud deployment models; and it allows multi-party agreements. Furthermore, SLAC comes with an open-source software framework that allows to specify, evaluate and enforce SLAs in the cloud domain.
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