Cloud:SaaS Availability

Varshapriya J. N, Madhuri N. Gedam, Dr. B. B. Meshram


Any outage (service unavailability) would lead to business loss for both Organization and Cloud Service Provider (CSP). Outage occurs not only because of hardware failure, but also because of programming errors, improper resource utiliza-tion. This paper contains the literature survey for availability of Software as a Service (SaaS) delivery model. The proposed architecture of Cloud-based availability system for SaaS have hardware systems such as web servers and data storage servers which must be used with high availability, if any servers crashes, all traffic needs to divert to other servers and the services must be provided with minimal response time. The proposed software architecture is used to divert the traffic to the available server.

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