K.Shyam Umadevi, K. Nagaraju


The Super-Inter Cloud Environment can help to mitigate efficient vendor lock-in and promises transparent use of cloud computing services. Most of the basic technologies necessary to realize the super-inter cloud are already out there, yet lack integration. The integration of these state-of-the-art tools promises a huge leap towards the super-inter cloud, though. For avoiding cloud lock-in it is critical that the community drives the ideas, to create a truly open meta cloud with added value for all customers with broad support for different providers and implementation technologies.


Software as a Service (SaaS); Platform as a Service (PaaS); Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS); Interoperability; Denial of Service (DoS); Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS); Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC); Optical Character Recognition (OCR); Community o


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