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Cloud Computing

Concepts, Technology & Architecture

Gebonden Engels 2013 9780133387520
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In 'Cloud Computing: Concepts, Technology & Architecture' worden bewezen technologieën en practices voor cloud computing opgedeeld in een reeks van goed omschreven concepten, modellen, technische mechanismen- en platforms.


Aantal pagina's:528
Uitgever:Prentice Hall
Hoofdrubriek:IT-management / ICT


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Over Thomas Erl

Thomas Erl is a top-selling IT author, founder of Arcitura Education Inc., and series editor of the Prentice Hall Service Technology Series from Thomas Erl. With more than 200,000 copies in print worldwide, his books have become international bestsellers and have been formally endorsed by senior members of major IT organizations, such as IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, Intel, Accenture, IEEE, HL7, MITRE, SAP, CISCO, HP, and many others. As CEO of Arcitura Education Inc., Thomas has led the development of curricula for the internationally recognized Big Data Science Certified Professional (BDSCP), Cloud Certified Professional (CCP), and SOA Certified Professional (SOACP) accreditation programs, which have established a series of formal, vendor-neutral industry certifications obtained by thousands of IT professionals around the world. Thomas has toured more than 20 countries as a speaker and instructor. More than 100 articles and interviews by Thomas have been published in numerous publications, including The Wall Street Journal and CIO Magazine.

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1. Introduction
1.1 Objectives of This Book
1.2 What This Book Does Not Cover
1.3 Who This Book Is For
1.4 How This Book Is Organized
1.5 Conventions
1.6 Additional Information

2. Case Study Background
2.1 Case Study #1: ATN
2.2 Case Study #2: DTGOV
2.3 Case Study #3: Innovartus Technologies Inc

3. Understanding Cloud Computing
3.1 Origins and Influences
3.2 Basic Concepts and Terminology
3.3 Goals and Benefits
3.4 Risks and Challenges

4. Fundamental Concepts and Models
4.1 Roles and Boundaries
4.2 Cloud Characteristics
4.3 Cloud Delivery Models
4.4 Cloud Deployment Models

5. Cloud-Enabling Technology
5.1 Broadband Networks and Internet Architecture
5.2 Data Center Technology
5.3 Virtualization Technology
5.4 Web Technology
5.5 Multitenant Technology
5.6 Service Technology
5.7 Case Study Example

6. Fundamental Cloud Security
6.1 Basic Terms and Concepts
6.2 Threat Agents
6.3 Cloud Security Threats
6.4 Additional Considerations
6.5 Case Study Example

7. Cloud Infrastructure Mechanisms
7.1 Logical Network Perimeter
7.2 Virtual Server
7.3 Cloud Storage Device
7.4 Cloud Usage Monitor
7.5 Resource Replication
7.6 Ready-Made Environment

8. Specialized Cloud Mechanisms
8.1 Automated Scaling Listener
8.2 Load Balancer
8.3 SLA Monitor
8.4 Pay-Per-Use Monitor
8.5 Audit Monitor
8.6 Failover System
8.7 Hypervisor
8.8 Resource Cluster
8.9 Multi-Device Broker
8.10 State Management Database

9. Cloud Management Mechanisms
9.1 Remote Administration System
9.2 Resource Management System
9.3 SLA Management System
9.4 Billing Management System

10. Cloud Security Mechanisms
10.1 Encryption
10.2 Hashing
10.3 Digital Signature
10.4 Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)
10.5 Identity and Access Management (IAM)
10.6 Single Sign-On (SSO)
10.7 Cloud-Based Security Groups
10.8 Hardened Virtual Server Images

11. Fundamental Cloud Architectures
11.1 Workload Distribution Architecture
11.2 Resource Pooling Architecture
11.3 Dynamic Scalability Architecture
11.4 Elastic Resource Capacity Architecture
11.5 Service Load Balancing Architecture
11.6 Cloud Bursting Architecture
11.7 Elastic Disk Provisioning Architecture
11.8 Redundant Storage Architecture
11.9 Case Study Example

12. Advanced Cloud Architectures
12.1 Hypervisor Clustering Architecture
12.2 Load Balanced Virtual Server Instances Architecture
12.3 Non-Disruptive Service Relocation Architecture
12.4 Zero Downtime Architecture
12.5 Cloud Balancing Architecture
12.6 Resource Reservation Architecture
12.7 Dynamic Failure Detection and Recovery Architecture
12.8 Bare-Metal Provisioning Architecture
12.9 Rapid Provisioning Architecture
12.10 Storage Workload Management Architecture
12.11 Case Study Example

13. Specialized Cloud Architectures
13.1 Direct I/O Access Architecture
13.2 Direct LUN Access Architecture
13.3 Dynamic Data Normalization Architecture
13.4 Elastic Network Capacity Architecture
13.5 Cross-Storage Device Vertical Tiering Architecture
13.6 Intra-Storage Device Vertical Data Tiering Architecture
13.7 Load Balanced Virtual Switches Architecture
13.8 Multipath Resource Access Architecture
13.9 Persistent Virtual Network Configuration Architecture
13.10 Redundant Physical Connection for Virtual Servers Architecture
13.11 Storage Maintenance Window Architecture

14. Cloud Delivery Model Considerations
14.1 Cloud Delivery Models: The Cloud Provider Perspective
14.2 Cloud Delivery Models: The Cloud Consumer Perspective
14.3 Case Study Example

15. Cost Metrics and Pricing Models
15.1 Business Cost Metrics
15.2 Cloud Usage Cost Metrics
15.3 Cost Management Considerations

16. Service Quality Metrics and SLAs
16.1 Service Quality Metrics
16.2 Case Study Example
16.3 SLA Guidelines
16.4 Case Study Example

Appendix A: Case Study Conclusions
Appendix B: Industry Standards Organizations
Appendix C: Mapping Mechanisms to Characteristics
Appendix D: Data Center Facilities (TIA-942)
Appendix E: Emerging Technologies
Appendix F: Cloud Provisioning Contracts
Appendix G: Cloud Business Case Template

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