Cloud Computing providers are currently serving customers throughout the world. Inter- Cloud Computing, where a number of providers come together, has already paved its way, It is meant to address the growing challenges of load balancing and optimal utilization of resources. At the same time, its objectives also include QoS and SLA accomplishment. A centralized Federation of clouds is a confederacy of cloud providers attached to and dependent upon a single unified broker entity. This unified broker acts as a linchpin for the entire system. This paper envisions and elaborates upon the idea of centralized Inter-cloud federation environment. We propose issues open to centralized Inter-Clouds at two levels namely unified broker and the cloud providers.