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ITU-T Q.4041.1

Cloud computing infrastructure capabilities interoperability testing – part 1: Interoperability testing between the CSC and CSP

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Organization: ITU-T
Publication Date: 1 January 2018
Status: active
Page Count: 44
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This Recommendation specifies the cloud computing infrastructure capabilities type interoperability testing between the CSC and CSP, including interoperability testing of computing services, storage services, network services and related management functions, based on the functional requirements specified in [ITU-T Y.3513].

The scope of this Recommendation consists of:

- Overview of cloud computing infrastructure capabilities type interoperability testing between the CSC and CSP;

- computing service interoperability testing between the CSC and CSP; - storage service interoperability testing between the CSC and CSP;

- network service interoperability testing between the CSC and CSP.

NOTE - This Recommendation is the first part of cloud computing infrastructure capabilities type interoperability testing, which focuses on validating the infrastructure capabilities type functions provided by the CSP to the CSC. The second part focuses on validating the interaction between CSPs in the inter-cloud environment.

Document History

ITU-T Q.4041.1
January 1, 2018
Cloud computing infrastructure capabilities interoperability testing – part 1: Interoperability testing between the CSC and CSP
This Recommendation specifies the cloud computing infrastructure capabilities type interoperability testing between the CSC and CSP, including interoperability testing of computing services, storage...

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