A Resource Sharing Management System Based on Cloud Computing Middleware

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Cloud computing has become one of hottest topic in recent years which results in very cheap, on-demand, seemingly unlimited compute resources. Cloud computing allows accessing all kinds of resources across Internet transparently. This paper proposes a sharing resource management system based on cloud computing. The cloud computing platform is based on Xen virtualization technology, which is capable of producing an efficient and convenient, safe and reliable, strong expansibility and low price of data resource management system. And, it can strictly protect customer data security and guarantee the independence between users. It would be suitable for the management of large, distribution, safety requirements for all kinds of large scale data.
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Cloud Computing; Virtualization Technology; Management System; Middleware Services

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