eHQoS, a QoS-aware container-based cloud architecture to assist eHealth
Piñol Pueyo, Pere
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Microservices and decoupled applications are rising in popularity. These architectures, based on containers, have facilitated the efficient development of complex SaaS applications. A big challenge in eHealth is to manage and design microservices with a massive range of different facilities, from processing and data storage to computing predictive and prescriptive analytics. Moreover, these systems require the capacity to integrate into current medical systems while meeting the Quality of Service (QoS) constraints. The primary purpose of this work is to present a cloud architecture based on containers aimed towards guaranteeing a determined level of QoS regarding cost, resource usage, and service level agreement policies focused on assisting medical staff in their daily tasks and
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