Comparison of Service Description and Composition for Complex 3-Tier Cloud-based Services

Moonjoong Kang, JongWon Kim

Abstract


This paper focuses on service description and composition for complex 3-tier datacenter application services, tied with firewalls and load balancing. By adopting cloud-native container-based microservices architecture (MSA) for a small-sized datacenter situation, we attempt to compare several approaches for service description and composition, especially from the viewpoint of service function chaining (SFC). Also we prototype them with OpenStack-based cloud virtual machines (VMs) by comparing their performances with resource usages.


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