Acta Universitatis Danubius. Œconomica, Vol 7, No 5 (2011)

Virtual infrastructure approach for SADU implementation

Florin Postolache


This paper proposes a new way of structuring the virtual infrastructure in terms of knowledge acquisition for SADU implementation. Through virtualization, the hardware infrastructure becomes a service, virtual machines become predominant within the infrastructure and their way of functioning can be affected by certain malfunctions. SADU supports human diagnostician in order to provide possible solutions to the raised issues. A virtualized IT infrastructure consists of layers that virtualized the used hardware components. Based on layers membership we propose a new approach to structuring the virtual infrastructure. This approach has fundamentally changed the architecture at the layer levels, increasing the security and availability of resources. Grouping layers depending on membership or type (hardware, virtual infrastructure, software) around the concept of stack led to a separation of intelligent agents’ responsibility for knowledge acquisition and fault diagnosis, allowing a better understanding of the field, reflected by developing a new ontology.


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