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System and Method to Provide Systems and Service Integration via Composition using Brokerage within a Hybrid Cloud Environment

IP.com Disclosure Number: IPCOM000247217D
Publication Date: 2016-Aug-17
Document File: 3 page(s) / 171K

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Abstract

Disclosed is a method and system to deliver Hybrid Cloud management as a Cloud service. The novel integration approach leverages the ability of the Broker to provide Cloud service composition that allows the Broker to offer and orchestrate managed Cloud services for multiple independent providers, without exposing the details or any of the complexity of the composition or integration to the Cloud consumer.

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System and Method to Provide Systems and Service Integration via Composition using Brokerage within a Hybrid Cloud Environment

To address the Enterprise Information Technology (IT) transformation to a multi-sourced Hybrid Cloud environment and Infrastructure, organizations are looking to Hybrid Cloud Brokerage Services. As part of the transformation, service providers' clients are looking for solutions that provide an integrated management experience for a Hybrid Cloud.

The solutions emerging within the industry either have introduced a new federated management console as part of the Broker platform or have provided automation and orchestration that integrate the Cloud services being brokered with existing management tools.

The proposed solution is a unique approach to apply Brokerage and Service Composition. Hybrid Cloud management is evolving to be delivered as-a-service. The novel integration approach leverages the ability of the Broker to provide Cloud service composition that allows the Broker to offer and orchestrate managed Cloud services for multiple independent providers, without exposing the details or any of the complexity of the composition or integration to the Cloud consumer.

The Broker is a component that is part of a larger Hybrid Cloud Integration context and is assumed as a dedicated service supporting a single tenant or client. All business contracts exist between the Cloud consumer and Cloud service providers. The Broker does not fully encaps...