[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 

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

"zhangyunfei" <zhangyunfei@chinamobile.com> 
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2010-04-09 14:21

"clouds@ietf.org" <clouds@ietf.org>rg>, "sjj" <sjj@google.com>

[clouds] scope of the cloud

Hi all.
    Some kindly told me that my email is not displayed corretly.So send 
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.

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