There is a great deal of research effort behind the materialization of Fogbow, most of which has been made by the Distributed System Laboratory of the Federal University of Campina Grande, in Brazil. This has been possible thanks to funding received from many sources, including CNPq, through the EUBrazil Cloud Connect project, FINEP, through the CICN and CloudLab projects, and RNP through the ATMOSPHERE project.
Abmar Barros, Francisco Brasileiro, Giovanni Farias, Francisco Germano, Marcos Nóbrega, Ana Ribeiro, Igor Silva, Letícia Texeira: Using Fogbow to federate private clouds. SBRC 2015: 1-8.
Eduardo De Lucena Falcão, Francisco Vilar Brasileiro, Andrey Brito, José Luis Vivas: Incentivising Resource Sharing in Federated Clouds. DAIS 2015: 45-50.
Nazareno Andrade, Francisco Vilar Brasileiro, Walfredo Cirne, Miranda Mowbray: Automatic grid assembly by promoting collaboration in peer-to-peer grids. J. Parallel Distrib. Comput. 67(8): 957-966 (2007).
Miranda Mowbray, Francisco Vilar Brasileiro, Nazareno Andrade, Jaindson Santana, Walfredo Cirne: A Reciprocation-Based Economy for Multiple Services in Peer-to-Peer Grids. Peer-to-Peer Computing 2006: 193-202.
Nazareno Andrade, Miranda Mowbray, Walfredo Cirne, Francisco Vilar Brasileiro: When can an autonomous reputation scheme discourage free-riding in a peer-to-peer system? CCGRID 2004: 440-448.
Nazareno Andrade, Francisco Vilar Brasileiro, Walfredo Cirne, Miranda Mowbray: Discouraging Free Riding in a Peer-to-Peer CPU-Sharing Grid. HPDC 2004: 129-137.