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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 8, August 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Promoting AA_AM Framework For Amplification And Auditing The Service Level Agreement From The End User Over Cloud Computing Paradigm

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AUTHOR(S)

Abel Adane., Azath M.

 

KEYWORDS

Cloud Computing, Cloud Analyst, Cloud Service Consumer, Cloud Service Provider, Service Level Agreement, AA_AH Framework etc.

 

ABSTRACT

Cloud computing systems use virtualization technology over distributed data centers to allocate resources to customers via the Internet. Service Level Agreement (SLA) is an excellent managing technique, and it is vital to control and manage the expectations of keeping the responsibility of both cloud service providers and cloud service consumers. The objective of Service Level Agreement is to define the reference parameters for the provision of Cloud service provider and for monitoring the level of quality provided. Service level agreement is designed to create a common understanding about services, priorities, and responsibilities. In this research, we reduced the problems that happened to the cloud service consumers. Providers are just focused on how to increase their interest rather than accomplishing what is expected according to the negotiation Service Level Agreement signed between the two parties, which include understanding about the services, priorities, and responsibilities during service provisions. This research was designed to monitor service level agreement from the cloud consumer side. To do so, we used secondary data resources like investigating different research papers and dissertation for problem identification purposes. To design this research we have used various tools like UML ( E_Draw max ) for devising the framework, Cloud Analyst for simulation purpose, Virtual machine, memory, host and other needed parameters in the tool and MySQL server to create service level agreement signed between the cloud consumer and cloud service providers during the prototype. We developed the framework named as AA_AH, to monitor Service Level Agreement from the client/ cloud service consumer side. It was developed from three basics components/agents. These components are Reader of Service Level Agreement, which is used to read service level agreement during service requested by cloud service consumers, monitoring agent and cloud resources. The Researchers evaluated this research based on variant scenarios and achieved the result in well mannerism.

 

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