All of these have many open-source and commercial implementations and provide a good window into cloud standardization. The groups are open to all and OGF has an open IPR. OCCI is getting a lot of uptake, built into Open Nebula and many other implementations beginning to be available in other languages.
For more information see http://occi-wg.org
Hope this helps,
On Nov 11, 2011, at 1:13 PM, Paola García Juarez wrote:
> Hello Eman,
> You can start looking the information available on the sites of ENISA, Cloud security alliance, Open Cloud Manifesto and NIST.
> There you can have an idea of the current status of this topic and can have more new ideas.
> Best regards,
> Enviado desde mi BlackBerry de Claro.
I know this thread isn't recent but some people might find these
references handy. Since cloud standardisation is quite fast moving
realm, you need to see what's available out there right now.
These links give you a good overview of what's in existence and who
the major players are:
http://www.cloud4soa.eu/publications - State of the Art in Cloud
Computing Interoperability section of (D1.1)
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