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Initial release 2011
Development status beta
Written in Java
Type Web development
License LGPL License

CloudSNAP is a Cloud computing Platform as a Service (PaaS) system for transparent web applications deployment into a structured P2P network (distributed hash table).

This platform uses distributed P2P interception (distributed AOP) techniques to build its transparent infrastructure. This transparency makes easier the transition from standard web systems to cloud platforms.

The current prototype implements dynamic load-balancing, session tracking, and persistence services using the Damon middleware. In addition, this prototype is validated and tested in real large-scale scenarios. CloudSNAP is a free and open source software released under the terms of the LGPL License and written in Java.

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  • R. Mondéjar, P. García-López, C. Pairot, L. Pamies-Juarez (2011). "CloudSNAP : A transparent infrastructure for decentralized web deployment using distributed interception". Future Generation Computer Systems 29: 370–380. doi:10.1016/j.future.2011.08.013. 
  • C. Pairot, P. García-López, and R. Mondéjar (March–April 2007). "Deploying Wide-Area Applications with a SNAP". IEEE Internet Computing Magazine 11 (2): 72–79. doi:10.1109/MIC.2007.31. 

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