By San Murugesan
The Encyclopedia of Cloud Computing presents IT pros, educators, researchers and scholars with a compendium of cloud computing wisdom. Authored via a spectrum of material specialists in and academia, this distinctive ebook, in one quantity, covers a variety of cloud computing themes, together with technological tendencies and advancements, study possibilities, most sensible practices, criteria, and cloud adoption. offering a number of views, it additionally addresses questions that stakeholders may have within the context of improvement, operation, administration, and use of clouds. moreover, it examines cloud computing's influence now and within the future.
The encyclopedia provides fifty six chapters logically geared up into 10 sections. every one bankruptcy covers an immense topic/area with cross-references to different chapters and comprises tables, illustrations, side-bars as acceptable. moreover, each one bankruptcy provides its precis in the beginning and backend fabric, references and extra assets for additional information.
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The book presents 56 chapters on a wide array of topics organized in ten parts. After gaining an overview of cloud computing in Chapter 1, readers can study the rest of the chapters in sequence or hop to a chapter that interests them. We present a brief preview of the encyclopedia below. Book Preview Part I: Introduction to Cloud Computing In this part, we present an overview of cloud computing concepts, cloud services, cloud‐hosting models, and applications. We also outline the benefits and limitations of cloud computing, identify potential risks of the cloud, and discuss its prospects and implications for business and IT professionals.
In the “Cloud Energy Consumption” chapter, we discuss the cloud energy consumption and its relationship with cloud resource management, and how cloud computing infrastructures could realize their potential of reducing the energy consumption for computing and data storage, thus shrinking their carbon footprint. Next, in “Cloud Modeling and Simulation,” we provide an introduction to cloud modeling and simulation technologies with focus on performance and scalability and describe modeling of contention, data segmentation, and workload generation.
Varela is an associate professor at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. His interests include Web‐ based and Internet‐based computing, middleware for adaptive distributed systems, concurrent programming models and languages, and software verification. He is an associate editor of the ACM Computing Surveys journal and IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing. He has received several research grants, including the NSF CAREER award. edu/~cvarela/ (accessed November 24, 2015). Bharadwaj Veeravalli is an associate professor at National University of Singapore.