[clouds] 答复: scope of the cloud

meng.yu@zte.com.cn Fri, 09 April 2010 07:04 UTC

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Not only (virtual )resource/(or tasks) migration esp. in different clouds, 
but migration from different servers in one cloud, I think it could be 
resonable.

Further, I am thinking could them be harmonized together for the protocol 
aspect?




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[clouds] scope of the cloud






Hi all.
    Some kindly told me that my email is not displayed corretly.So send 
again.
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Sam and all,
   The topic of standardizing (virtual )resource migration esp. in 
different clouds you mentioned sounds interesting.Do you have more details 
to share?Thanks.
    Another point:Is there standard protocols in interconnecting different 
regions of clusters?I thinks if there are room to expolore,it would be a 
suitable topic in IETF.
 
BR
Yunfei
 
 

zhangyunfei
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