"cloudsim: a toolkit for modeling and simulation of cloud computing environments and evaluation of resource provisioning algorithms" presents the background information on various elements that form the basis for architecting Cloud computing systems. It also presents the requirements of elastic or malleable applications that need to scale across multiple, geographically distributed data centers that are owned by one or more Cloud service providers.
An Overview of Cloud Security and Privacy includes about Cloud services delivery model, Impact of cloud computing on the governance structure of IT organizations, Companies are still afraid to use clouds, Taxonomy of Fear, Attacker Capability, Infrastructure Security, Data Security and Storage.
Welcome to Cloud Computing For Dummies. You can’t read a technology
journal or blog — or even your local newspaper — without coming
upon a reference to cloud computing. While there’s been a lot of debate
about what cloud computing is and where it’s headed, no one has doubts
that it is real.
Private cloud computing is a very hot topic, but there remains a lot of mystery around the subject.
What is a private cloud? What are the technical and business reasons to deploy one? How
do I design one that focuses on service delivery? Does Microsoft have such an offering?
This book exactly answers those questions, and provides step-by-step instructions on how
to build a Microsoft private cloud that can serve as an IT-service-delivery virtualization infrastructure
based on Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager 2012.
More and more companies are realizing the power and potential of Cloud computing as a viable way to save energy and money. This valuable book offers an in-depth look at a wide range of Cloud topics unlike any other book on the market. Examining how Cloud services allows users to pay as they go for exactly what they use, this guide explains how companies can easily scale their Cloud use up and down to fit their business requirements. After an introduction to Cloud computing, you'll discover how to prepare your environment for the Cloud and learn all about Office 365...
Everybody’s talking about cloud services today. It’s one of the hot new buzzwords, but
most of the conversation is about how to develop custom applications in the cloud.
While that is a really important topic, it ignores another very useful attribute of a distributed
cloud: as a great place to build and host an IT infrastructure.
The dearth of discussion about this overlooked facet of cloud computing is the reason
I wrote this book.
If you want to be part of the next major shift in the IT industry, you'll want this book. Melding two of the hottest trends in the industry—the widespread popularity of the SharePoint collaboration platform and the rapid rise of cloud computing—this practical guide shows developers how to extend their SharePoint solutions with the cloud's almost limitless capabilities. See how to get started, discover smart ways to leverage cloud data and services through Azure, start incorporating Twitter or LinkedIn into your solutions, find the best ways to secure everything, and much more....
You may regard cloud computing as an ideal way for your company to control IT costs, but do you know how private and secure this service really is? Not many people do. With Cloud Security and Privacy, you'll learn what's at stake when you trust your data to the cloud, and what you can do to keep your virtual infrastructure and web applications secure.
Join the next wave of Web 2.0 software development in the cloud! Cloud applications are the next big shift in application development: instead of building single-user applications to run on a personal computer, new applications are being built as multi-user services that run in data centers around the world. One of the most exciting new environments for building services in the cloud is Google's AppEngine.
The latest jargon in the digital world, "cloud computing" leaves many small-business owners scratching their heads. At its simplest, cloud computing enables businesses to do away with servers and much of their other IT hardware by running their software online. Web-based email programs like Yahoo or Hotmail are examples of cloud-based applications; Microsoft is making its entire Office suite available free in the cloud; Google and others also have productivity suites in the cloud.
If you're involved in planning IT infrastructure as a network or system architect, system administrator, or developer, this book will help you adapt your skills to work with these highly scalable, highly redundant infrastructure services.
While analysts hotly debate the advantages and risks of cloud computing, IT staff and programmers are left to determine whether and how to put their applications into these virtualized services.
You’ll find detailed recipes for working with the S3 storage service as well as EC2, the service that lets you design and build cloud applications. Each recipe includes a code solution you can use immediately, along with a discussion of why and how the recipe works. You also get detailed advice for using boto with AWS and other cloud services.
This book’s recipes include methods to help you:
Connect your enterprise to a wide range of SaaS platforms, Open APIs, and social networks quickly and without difficulty. Through step-by-step instructions and numerous real-world examples, this concise guide shows you how to seamlessly integrate the external services you need with Mule ESB and its powerful Cloud Connect toolset.
You’ll learn how to use service-specific connectors for many popular APIs—including Salesforce, Twitter, LinkedIn, and Twilio—through easy-to-learn abstractions.
One or two office moves ago, I was able to see Seattle’ s football and baseball stadiums
from the window of my seventh-floor office. Built side-by-side during an economic
boom, these expensive and high-capacity facilities sit empty for the most part. By
my calculations, these buildings see peak usage one percent of the time at most. On
average, they’re empty . Hundreds of millions of dollars of capital sit idle. I use this
stadium analogy—and have done so many times over the last few years—to help
my audiences understand the business value of cloud computing....
The emergence of the networked information economy is unleashing two powerful forces. On one hand, easy access to high-speed networks is empowering individuals. People can now discover and consume information resources and services globally from their homes. Further, new social computing approaches are inviting people to share in the creation and edification of information on the Internet. Empowerment of the individual -- or consumerization -- is reducing the individual's reliance on traditional brick-and-mortar institutions in...
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Why would you want to know the price of a mousetrap? Customers no longer need to know the price of servers, software and the rest of the parts making up the IT service stack. This knowledge is as useful as knowing the price of a mousetrap. Customers, however, must know the price of the equivalent services from other cloud providers.
The two global initiatives alluded to above – Every Woman Every Child (EWEC) and the
Global Plan – recognise the importance of strong health workforces and call for additional
commitments on human resources to be made. EWEC, for instance, calls upon countries to
strengthen health systems to deliver integrated, high quality services, and calls upon
partners to work together to address critical shortages of health workers at all levels. The
Global Plan has embedded in its approach the need to strengthen the human resources for
Privacy-Preserving Cross-Domain Data Dissemination and Adaptability in Trusted and Untrusted Cloud introduction about Problem Statement, Distributed Service Monitoring Approach, Distributed Service Monitoring, Agile Defense and Adaptability.
Chapter 3 - Transport layer. In Chapter 3, the presentation of one of the reliable data transfer protocols has been simplified and a new sidebar on TCP splitting, commonly used to optimize the performance of cloud services, has been added.