The increasing interest for the cloud computing paradigm is leading several different applications and services moving to the 'cloud'. Those range from general storage and computing services to document management systems and office applications. A new challenge is the migration to the cloud of interactive 3D applications, especially those designed for professional usage (e.g., scientific data visualizers, CAD instruments, 3D medical modeling applications). Among the several hurdles rising from some specific hardware and software requirements, an important issue to address is the definition of novel management policies that can properly support these applications, namely, that ensure efficient resource utilization together with a sufficient quality perceived by users. This paper presents some preliminary results in this direction and discusses some possible future work in this field. Our work is part of a wider project aiming at developing a complete architecture to offer interactive 3D applications in a cloud computing environment. Hence, we refer to this particular solution in this study.

Resource Management Policies for Cloud-based Interactive 3D Applications / Marchetto, Guido; Sisto, Riccardo; Stanziano, Luca. - STAMPA. - (2013), pp. 1388-1392. ((Intervento presentato al convegno IEEE International Conference on Communications Workshops – Workshop on Cloud Convergence (WCC 2013) tenutosi a Budapest, Hungary nel June 9-13, 2013 [10.1109/ICCW.2013.6649454].

Resource Management Policies for Cloud-based Interactive 3D Applications

MARCHETTO, GUIDO;SISTO, Riccardo;STANZIANO, LUCA
2013

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The increasing interest for the cloud computing paradigm is leading several different applications and services moving to the 'cloud'. Those range from general storage and computing services to document management systems and office applications. A new challenge is the migration to the cloud of interactive 3D applications, especially those designed for professional usage (e.g., scientific data visualizers, CAD instruments, 3D medical modeling applications). Among the several hurdles rising from some specific hardware and software requirements, an important issue to address is the definition of novel management policies that can properly support these applications, namely, that ensure efficient resource utilization together with a sufficient quality perceived by users. This paper presents some preliminary results in this direction and discusses some possible future work in this field. Our work is part of a wider project aiming at developing a complete architecture to offer interactive 3D applications in a cloud computing environment. Hence, we refer to this particular solution in this study.
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