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On the Control Plane of a Self-Service Cloud Platform

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Technical report DCS-tr-707
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School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) (New Brunswick)
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Computer Science (New Brunswick)
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Shakeel
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Computer Science (New Brunswick)
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Ganapathy
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Vinod
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Computer Science (New Brunswick)
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Srivastava
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Abhinav
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AT & T Bell Laboratories
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On the Control Plane of a Self-Service Cloud Platform
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Self-service Cloud Computing (SSC) [5] is a recentlyproposed model that empowers clients of public cloud platforms in two ways. First, it improves the security and privacy of client data by preventing cloud operators from snooping on or modifying client VMs. Second, it provides clients the flexibility to deploy services, such as VM introspection-based tools, on their own VMs. SSC achieves these goals by modifying the hypervisor privilege model. This paper focuses on the unique challenges involved in building a control plane for an SSC-based cloud platform. The control plane is the layer that facilitates interaction between hosts in the cloud infrastructure as well as between the client and the cloud. We describe a number of novel features in SSC’s control plane, such as its ability to allow specification of VM dependencies, flexible deployment of network middleboxes, and new VM migration protocols. We report on our design and implementation of SSC’s control plane, and present experimental evaluation of services implemented atop the control plane.
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2014-07
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Computer Science (New Brunswick)
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doi:10.7282/T3N01B1Z
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