Autoscaling cloud infrastructures still remains a challenging endeavour during orchestration, given the many possible risks, options, and connected costs. In this paper we discuss the options for defining and enacting autoscaling using TOSCA standard templates and its own policy definition specifications. The goal is to define infrastructure blueprints to be self-contained, executable by an orchestrator that can take over autonomously all scaling tasks while maintaining acceptable structural and non-functional quality levels.
|Title of host publication||Software Architecture - 14th European Conference, ECSA 2020 Tracks and Workshops, Proceedings|
|Editors||Henry Muccini, Mirco Franzago, Paris Avgeriou, Barbora Buhnova, Javier Camara, Mauro Caporuscio, Anne Koziolek, Patrizia Scandurra, Catia Trubiani, Danny Weyns, Uwe Zdun|
|Number of pages||9|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
|Name||Communications in Computer and Information Science|
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- Cloud computing
- Scaling infrastructures