This presentation is among the Top 27 Best Papers/Practice/Tutorials selected, out of 460+ submissions received, to be presented @STC 2012.
With the advent of Cloud Computing which promises significant reduction in CapEx and OpEx along with other benefits such as Elasticity and Pay-per-Use, organizations across the globe are planning to move some of their applications and infrastructure to Cloud Architectures. However, organizations are also speculative of the potential challenges especially about performance and security of their applications and data placed in Cloud environments. This paper makes an attempt to highlight the aspects of application performance management in Cloud-based architectures and enlist the performance challenges for different Cloud Service Models (IaaS, PaaS, and SaaS) and deployment models (i.e., Public and Private Clouds) and suggest pointers to address them.
About the Author
Madhu Tanikella is a Senior Technology Architect working with Infosys and has 11+ years of experience in Performance Engineering & Performance Tuning of client-server, web-based and multi-tiered enterprise software systems developed using Java/J2EE and Oracle technologies. He has specialized expertise in the areas of NFR & SLA Validation, Workload Modeling, Performance Modeling, Performance Tuning of Java/J2EE systems, Capacity Planning and Hardware Sizing for distributed and multi-tiered software systems. Madhu is certified in IBM Cloud Computing Architecture and IBM SOA Solution Designer.