Cloud Computing Bible
By Barrie Sosinsky
Publisher: Wiley
Final Release Date: December 2010
Pages: 532

A thorough, down-to-earth look at cloud computing

The chance to lower IT costs makes cloud computing a hot topic, and it's getting hotter all the time. If you want a terra firma take on everything you should know about the cloud, this book is it. Starting with a clear definition of what cloud computing is, why it is, and its pros and cons, Cloud Computing Bible is a wide-ranging and complete reference. You'll get thoroughly up to speed on cloud platforms, infrastructure, services and applications, security, and much more.

  • Learn what cloud computing is and what it is not

  • Assess the value of cloud computing, including licensing models, ROI, and more

  • Understand abstraction, partitioning, virtualization, capacity planning, and various programming solutions

  • See how to use Google®, Amazon®, and Microsoft® Web services effectively

  • Explore cloud communication methods — IM, Twitter®, Google Buzz, Facebook®, and others

  • Discover how cloud services are changing mobile phones — and vice versa

Explore the cloud with this complete guide

Understand all platforms and technologies

Use Google, Amazon, or Microsoft Web services

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