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Autonomie, sécurité et QoS de bout en bout dans un environnement de Cloud Computing

Abstract : Today, Cloud Networking is one of the recent research areas within the Cloud Computing research communities. The main challenges of Cloud Networking concern Quality of Service (QoS) and security guarantee as well as its management in conformance with a corresponding Service Level Agreement (SLA). In this thesis, we propose a framework for resource allocation according to an end-to-end SLA established between a Cloud Service User (CSU) and several Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) within a Cloud Networking environment (Inter-Cloud Broker and Federation architectures). We focus on NaaS and IaaS Cloud services. Then, we propose the self-establishing of several kinds of SLAs and the self-management of the corresponding Cloud resources in conformance with these SLAs using specific autonomic cloud managers. In addition, we extend the proposed architectures and the corresponding SLAs in order to deliver a service level taking into account security guarantee. Moreover, we allow autonomic cloud managers to expand the self-management objectives to security functions (self-protection) while studying the impact of the proposed security on QoS guarantee. Finally, our proposed architecture is validated by different simulation scenarios. We consider, within these simulations, videoconferencing and intensive computing applications in order to provide them with QoS and security guarantee in a Cloud self-management environment. The obtained results show that our contributions enable good performances for these applications. In particular, we observe that the Broker architecture is the most economical while ensuring QoS and security requirements. In addition, we observe that Cloud self-management enables violations and penalties’ reduction as well as limiting security impact on QoS guarantee.
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Mohamad Hamze. Autonomie, sécurité et QoS de bout en bout dans un environnement de Cloud Computing. Réseaux et télécommunications [cs.NI]. Université de Bourgogne, 2015. Français. ⟨NNT : 2015DIJOS033⟩. ⟨tel-01257829⟩