Application Service Delivery in the Modern Virtualized Data Center-Improving Reliability and Scalability

A. RAZA, M. Y. KOONDHAR, SINDHU SINDHU, M. HYDER, G. D. MENGHWAR, B. BALOCH, A. SHAH

Abstract


Application Container virtualization has recently been re-introduced as a potential solution for rapid deployment of applications for developers within the ever changing infrastructure landscape. Although, there appears to be a ‘gap’ of when the Application Container, Infrastructure Hypervisor or both technologies should be leveraged to provide for scalability, reliability while improving on overall deployment time. This study is an attempt to review the two technologies and understand their specific/shared usecases in order to develop a framework to assist with the decision making model that Information Technology (IT) professionals within both the Application and Infrastructure disciplines can use to determine the path they should follow as it pertains to their selection of one or both of these evolutionary technologies. This study incorporates the three Information System theories, technology-organizationenvironment, diffusion of innovation and process-virtualization.

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