Cloud Computing (2020)

Cloud Computing Most of the information available on cloud computing is either highly technical with details that are irrelevant to non technologists or pure marketing hype in which the cloud is simply a selling p
  • Title: Cloud Computing
  • Author: Nayan B. Ruparelia
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 251
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Most of the information available on cloud computing is either highly technical, with details that are irrelevant to non technologists, or pure marketing hype, in which the cloud is simply a selling point This book, however, explains the cloud from the user s viewpoint the business user s in particular Nayan Ruparelia explains what the cloud is, when to use it and whMost of the information available on cloud computing is either highly technical, with details that are irrelevant to non technologists, or pure marketing hype, in which the cloud is simply a selling point This book, however, explains the cloud from the user s viewpoint the business user s in particular Nayan Ruparelia explains what the cloud is, when to use it and when not to , how to select a cloud service, how to integrate it with other technologies, and what the best practices are for using cloud computing Cutting through the hype, Ruparelia cites the simple and basic definition of cloud computing from the National Institute of Science and Technology a model enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on demand network access to a shared pool of configurable computing resources Thus with cloud computing, businesses can harness information technology resources usually available only to large enterprises And this, Ruparelia demonstrates, represents a paradigm shift for business It will ease funding for startups, alter business plans, and allow big businesses greater agility Ruparelia discusses the key issues for any organization considering cloud computing service level agreements, business service delivery and consumption, finance, legal jurisdiction, security, and social responsibility He introduces novel concepts made possible by cloud computing cloud cells, or specialist clouds for specific uses the personal cloud the cloud of things and cloud service exchanges He examines use case patterns in terms of infrastructure and platform, software information, and business process and he explains how to transition to a cloud service Current and future users will find this book an indispensable guide to the cloud.
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    One Reply to “Cloud Computing”

    1. Giving this book two stars because I really didn t learn much except what acronyms of _aaS ___ as a service meant and other terms I think that this book is probably good if you re trying to understand what people are talking about if you work with these things and you want a laundry list of terms and definitions but it really didn t give me any interesting thoughts on cloud computing I would give it 1 star except the book isn t written poorly, it s just not written for people like me Which, to b [...]

    2. This is a small book that packs a lot of punch It provides a broad comprehensive coverage of all aspects of cloud computing not just the technical aspects but also the key commercial aspects that differentiate Cloud computing from other outsourcing models especially the terminology that comes with it It is forward looking too, covering newly emerging patterns and manifestations of the cloud paradigm.A good book for introducing the reader to Cloud computing considerations, without diving too deep [...]

    3. Good book which covers Cloud Computing from business user perspective.Topics such pricing models, IaaS, PaaS, SaaS, INaaS, BPaaS are well explained with good use cases.A nice guide to explain Cloud Computing to business people interested in leverage their product services using the Cloud.

    4. Possibly valuable content rendered incomprehensible by translating bullet point text straight into audio book The narrative was missing Keeping focused on the text for than 5 minutes while driving a car was a chore That s not what a good audio book should be.

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