Academy & Industry Research Collaboration Center (AIRCC)

Volume 12, Number 01, January 2022

A Survey of Cloud Service Events and Their Connections


Hangping Hu, Zhen Zhang, Weijian Qin, Yuan Wang and Xiaojian Li, School of Computer Science & Engineering Guangxi Normal University, China


Any unexpected service interruption or failure may cause customer dissatisfaction or economic losses. To distinguish the rights and interests or security disputes between cloud service providers and customers, explore the essence and rules of cloud service events and their various connections, such as: Normal contact of service scheduling, normal contact of service dependence, abnormal contact of resource competition, abnormal contact of service delay, abnormal contact of service dependence, etc., as well as their rules in time, resources, scheduling and other aspects, and the form of the rules; The purpose is to provide the above abnormal connections, as well as the rule and presentation form in terms of time, resources and load, for the study of violation determination and failure tracing in the cloud service accountability mechanism.


Cloud service, Event connections, Correlation, Label adaptation.