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PhD. Topics

Institute of Informatics

Topic
New methods for development, deployment and orchestration of cloud services
PhD. program
Applied Informatics / Informatics
Name of the supervisor
Ing. Dinh Viet Tran, PhD.
Contact:
Receiving school
Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies of STU in Bratislava
Annotation
Receiving schools (another possibilities):
- Faculty of Mathematics, Physics and Informatics, Comenius Uni in Bratislava (program: Informatics)
- Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Technical Uni of Košice (FEI TUKE, program: Informatics)

  With the advance of cloud technologies, the trend of developing and deploying services/applications in cloud environment also has appeared. There are economic as well as technological reasons why an application should be developed and deployed on the cloud. On the economic side, cloud computing can provide significant cost savings due to the increased utilization resulting from the pooling of resources (often virtualized). Furthermore, cloud computing enables rapid delivery of IT services, which increases business efficiency. This is the reason, Cloud Computing attracts large enterprises/companies to build and provide outside Cloud services in order to make a profit. However, from the comprehensive view of the economy, the competition between providers always leads them to keep its own proprietary technologies and that tends to lock customers into their services. Therefore, from the view of general cloud users, they need to have a new approach and correspondent instrument, which can help users to deploy their services on any Cloud infrastructure. The basic of instrument is container technologies, suitable method for service description and workflow that automates whole lifecycle of the service from development to deployment. The aim of the thesis is to propose an approach, method and tools for solving the problem of service development, deployment and orchestration among different cloud infrastructures.
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year 2021/2022