A system and method of dynamic self-scaling based on roles are provided according to an embodiment. The system can allow for the duplication of a node in response to a demand for load. Furthermore, when duplicating one node, the purpose of the node may be used to identify various aspects of the duplicated node, taking into account several factors.

While more cloud providers and infrastructures are on the internet each cloud provider must have services that run within the cloud infrastructures to be specialized and specifically designed for the cloud infrastructure in which the service can be instantiated. What is desired is a process and system that permits the service to be accessed in multiple cloud infrastructure models. It is generally desirable to provide the computing capabilities in a way that is effective, and also with various functionality and features. Cloudcomputing can often be improved by considering the complexity and the number of resources that will be employed, the compatibility of software and hardware, sharing resources, and other elements.

These systems and methods are described according to an example. An exemplary method can receive, at a platform service manager, a request to instantiate a service in one or more cloudinfrastructures. The method is able to load, through the platform service manager, at least one provider with at least one provider linked to the one or more cloud infrastructures. The method is able to create a compute region for the requested service within at the very least one cloud infrastructure. This compute region comprises one or more nodes. The method is able to deploy, by the platform service manager, the requested service to the one or more of the nodes. The method can detect using an auto-scaling mechanism, a highload on a particular node from the one or more nodes. The method is able to create a new node in the compute region, the new node comprising an exact copy of the node with the load.

Third party companies can offer computing services to their customers and users via a network. This is referred to as an approach from a third party to computing. Third party entities can provide computing resources that include hardware and software. Third party will manage, allocate, and configure the resources. manage the resources so that the customer is able to choose the type and quantity of resources available and what they will do with the resources. The customer might develop a system that will be used by other end-users as well as customers of the customer or for personal use. These systems are commonly called “cloud computing”. They can offer diverse types of services on a network, such as software as a service platform as a service infrastructure as a Service, and others.

Embodiments can be described as a method and system to automate dynamic scaling that is built on roles.

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