Giuseppina Cretella
Giuseppina Cretella
Università degli Studi della Campania "Luigi Vanvitelli"
Verified email at unicampania.it
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Big data (lost) in the cloud
B Di Martino, R Aversa, G Cretella, A Esposito, J Kołodziej
International Journal of Big Data Intelligence 1 (1-2), 3-17, 2014
622014
Semantic representation of cloud patterns and services with automated reasoning to support cloud application portability
B Di Martino, A Esposito, G Cretella
IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing 5 (4), 765-779, 2015
462015
Towards a unified owl ontology of cloud vendors' appliances and services at paas and saas level
B Di Martino, G Cretella, A Esposito
2014 Eighth International Conference on Complex, Intelligent and Software …, 2014
372014
Semantic and agnostic representation of cloud patterns for cloud interoperability and portability
B Di Martino, G Cretella, A Esposito
2013 IEEE 5th International Conference on Cloud Computing Technology and …, 2013
352013
Advances in applications portability and services interoperability among multiple clouds
B Di Martino, G Cretella, A Esposito
IEEE Cloud Computing 2 (2), 22-28, 2015
332015
Towards a semantic engine for cloud applications development
G Cretella, B Di Martino
2012 Sixth International Conference on Complex, Intelligent, and Software …, 2012
32*2012
A semantic engine for porting applications to the cloud and among clouds
G Cretella, B Di Martino
Software: Practice and Experience 45 (12), 1619-1637, 2015
302015
Cloud services composition through cloud patterns: a semantic-based approach
B Di Martino, G Cretella, A Esposito
Soft Computing 21 (16), 4557-4570, 2017
292017
Towards an Ontology-Based Intercloud Resource Catalogue--The IEEE P2302 Intercloud Approach for a Semantic Resource Exchange
B Di Martino, G Cretella, A Esposito, A Willner, A Alloush, D Bernstein, ...
2015 IEEE International Conference on Cloud Engineering, 458-464, 2015
252015
Semantic representation of cloud services: a case study for microsoft windows azure
B Di Martino, G Cretella, A Esposito, RG Sperandeo
2014 International Conference on Intelligent Networking and Collaborative …, 2014
252014
An OWL ontology to support cloud portability and interoperability
BD Martino, G Cretella, A Esposito, G Carta
International Journal of Web and Grid Services 11 (3), 303-326, 2015
192015
Semantic and matchmaking technologies for discovering, mapping and aligning cloud providers's services
G Cretella, B Di Martino
Proceedings of International Conference on Information Integration and Web …, 2013
192013
Cloud portability and interoperability
B Di Martino, G Cretella, A Esposito
Cloud Portability and Interoperability, 1-14, 2015
182015
Semantic and agent technologies for cloud vendor agnostic resource brokering
A Amato, G Cretella, B Di Martino, S Venticinque
2013 27th International Conference on Advanced Information Networking and …, 2013
162013
Towards automatic analysis of cloud vendors APIs for supporting cloud application portability
G Cretella, B Di Martino
2012 Sixth International Conference on Complex, Intelligent, and Software …, 2012
162012
Defining cloud services workflow: a comparison between TOSCA and OpenStack Hot
B Di Martino, G Cretella, A Esposito
2015 Ninth International Conference on Complex, Intelligent, and Software …, 2015
142015
Using the mOSAIC's semantic engine to design and develop civil engineering cloud applications
G Cretella, B Di Martino, V Stankovski
Proceedings of the 14th International Conference on Information Integration …, 2012
142012
Cross-platform cloud APIs
B Di Martino, G Cretella, A Esposito
Cloud Portability and Interoperability, 45-57, 2015
122015
Classification and positioning of cloud definitions and use case scenarios for portability and interoperability
B Di Martino, G Cretella, A Esposito
2015 3rd International Conference on Future Internet of Things and Cloud …, 2015
112015
Cloud Portability and Interoperability: Issues and Current Trends
B Di Martino, G Cretella, A Esposito
Springer, 2015
112015
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