Trustworthy Cloud Service Level Agreement Enforcement With Blockchain Based Smart Contract

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ALA management should be supported by formal assurances, rankings and revisions of various options for the provision of micro-services. This work presents an innovative intelligent contract architecture (SC) that enables SLA management between the entities involved and the players in a decentralized IT environment: Virtual Machines (VMs), Cloud Service Consumer and cloud providers. The most important components are specially developed SC features, a trusted Smart Oracle (Chainlink) and a probabilistic Markov decision-making process. Innovative architecture is implemented on Ethereum ledger (Testnet). The results show its feasibility for the management of ALS, including low cost exploitation within dynamic and decentralized edge-to-cloud associations. Gill, S.S., Buyya, R.: Resource Provisioning based scheduling framework for execution of heterogene and clustered workloads in clouds: from fundamental to autonomic offering. Journal of Grid Computing 17 (3), 385-417 (2019) Pa`inski, U., Trnkoczy, J., Stankovski, V., Cigale, M., Gec, S.: Qos-aware orchestration of network intensive software utilities within software defined data centers. Journal of Grid Computing 16 (1), 85-112 (2018) Model with game theory and intelligent contract techniques. Mubeen, S., Asadollah, S.A., Papadopoulos, A.V., Ashjaei, M., Pei-Breivold, H., Behnam, M.: Management of Service Level Agreements for cloud services in iot: a systematic mapping study.

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