Barrie Sosinsky

Cloud Computing Bible - New Delhi Wiley India Pvt Ltd 2012 - 497 P. PB 23x18 cm.

The Cloud Computing Bible is a complete reference to cloud computing that presents the technologies, protocols, platforms and infrastructure that make cloud computing possible and desirable. This is a longer format book that allows a complete definition of the topic as well as in-depth introductions to essential technologies and platforms. Additionally it allows significant technologies to be presented in a form that provides enough detail for the reader to determine if it is something that they are interested in learning more about. It is important to stress platform and technologies as the main subject and intersperse that with products in order to provide an extended life span, but have current appeal. The book is divided into five parts: The Value Proposition, Platforms, Infrastructure, Services and Applications, and The Mobile Cloud.
Cloud computing is defined as a networked application or service, usually HTTP/browser based, that can be subscribed to. Cloud computing describes technology that is both virtualized and typically dynamically saleable, allowing discussion of these important enterprise characteristics as well.

Contents :
Part I. Examining the Value Proposition. Chapter 1. Defining Cloud Computing. Chapter 2. Assessing the Value Proposition. Chapter 3. Understanding Cloud Architecture. Chapter 4. Understanding Services and Applications by Type. Part II. Using Platforms. Chapter 5. Understanding Abstraction and Virtualization. Chapter 6. Capacity Planning. Chapter 7. Exploring Platform as a Service. Chapter 8. Using Google Web Services. Chapter 9. Using Amazon Web Services. Chapter 10. Using Microsoft Cloud Services. Part III. Exploring Cloud Infrastructures. Chapter 11. Managing the Cloud. Chapter 12. Understanding Cloud Security. Part IV. Understanding Services and Applications. Chapter 13. Understanding Service Oriented Architecture. Chapter 14. Moving Applications to the Cloud. Chapter 15. Working with Cloud-Based Storage. Chapter 16. Working with Productivity Software. Chapter 17. Using Webmail Services. Chapter 18. Communicating with the Cloud. Chapter 19. Using Media and Streaming. Part V. Using the Mobile Cloud. Chapter 20. Working with Mobile Devices. Chapter 21. Working with Mobile Web Services.

Cloud Computing
Computer Science

004.36 / SOSC

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