Cloud lightweight automated sequence protocol (CLASP) was originally created by a group of Irish researchers working on cloud computing and the particular issue of how to transfer applications from cloud to cloud in sequence in an automated way.

The protocol stack is composed of an abstraction layer and a migration layer.

  • Abstraction Layer - Responsible for identifying new clouds and retrieving information about them
  • Migration Layer - Responsible for moving code to a new cloud using scripting languages (e.g. lua and Python).

The main challenge of this protocol is communication security and cloud interoperability.

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