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    • High-speed Accounting for Virtual Resources Martin Waldburger University of Zurich Poznan, Poland, October 25, 2011 SESERV Socio-Economic Services for European Research Projects http://www.seserv.org European Seventh Framework CSA FP7-2010-ICT-258138
      • Accounting = Collect and store resource usage records
      • Value of accounted for data depends on accounting demand
      • Accounting provides quantified basis for
        • Accountability
        • Value creation
      High-speed Accounting for Virtual Resources
    • Data Center Scenario
      • Bottlenecks:
      • Very high speed
      • #Customers
      • Time/packet
      • #flows
      • Risk:
      • Loss of information
      • Granularity loss
      • Jurisdictions:
      • Data retention
      • Data protection
      • Consumer protection
      • Contract law
      • Multi-tier value network:
      • Accountability, trust?
      • Charging and billing:
      • Value in terms of revenue
      Benefit > Costs?
    • Conclusions
      • Reliable, working accounting system is key
      • Basis for accountability and value creation
      • Multiple demand drivers – resulting tension fields
      • Accounting essential for value creation
        • But consider costs as well!
      • Managerial, technical feasibility
        • Feasible , but many challenges ahead!