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machine language

A set of instructions written in symbols and graphic representations in a logical language understood by computers; it is flexible but error-prone, requiring advanced skill to write computer progams in it.
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The abstraction layers could also make interoperability between providers from the view of users and enables opportunities for creating optimization (substituting, brokering) for users/consumers.
Technically, we implement high-level abstraction layers between developers/users and clouds with operating support for managing resources from the cloud systems.
The purposes of the abstraction layers are as follows:
Optimization: The abstraction layers will allow optimization mechanisms like brokering, substitutions, load balancing and so on.
The abstraction layers rely on object-oriented approach to abstract computing resources.
Interoperability: Applications and user' scripts developed in the abstraction layers will work for different cloud middleware from different providers;
Based on object-oriented approach, the basic instance layer allows inheritance in order to help developers create new abstraction layers upon it.
The developers also can go further in the use of abstraction layers to deploy appliances that are linked to the available database (e.
The RSA ClearTrust software data abstraction layer is a strong architectural solution that is designed to give customers the flexibility to store and access identity and access policy information in an existing repository without concern for product vendor or schema.
7 software introduces a new Data Abstraction Layer (DAL) architecture for data access across the enterprise, native LDAP support and significant levels of integration across the RSA Security product line.
The Soapstone abstraction layer can create a "virtual resource" that also maps to emerging standards for service management from Telemanagement Forum (TMF) and IPsphere.