report is by J.D.Lasia provides some back ground on the topic as it gives the
reader the benefit of the considerable insights that emerged from the round
table dialogue. It begins, as the conference did, with description and
definition of the cloud.
covers the following topics: Basic Cloud computing principles, Deployment
Models, Service Models, Economic Considerations, Operational Characteristics,
Service Agreements including Service Level Agreements, Cloud Security, Cloud
Risks and compliance, How to select a Cloud Provider.
This book covers the following topics: What is cloud
computing, Introduction to cloud delivery models, Public clouds, Private
clouds, Hybrid clouds, Community clouds,Cloud workflow macro patterns, What is
a storage cloud, Benefits and features of storage cloud, Storage classes
for cloud, Storage cloud delivery models, Public storage cloud, Private
storage cloud, Hybrid storage cloud, What enables a smart storage cloud, Global
collaboration for OpenStack storage components, OpenStack block storage
component, What does IBM offer for storage cloud, What are others doing in the
journey to storage cloud.
Coyne, Shivaramakrishnan Gopalakrishnan and John Sing
This book doesn't tell you exactly what, where, or
how to move into the cloud, but to provide you with practical
recommendations and key questions to make that transition as securely as
possible, on your own terms. This book explains the following topics
related to cloud: Cloud Architecture, Governing in the Cloud, Operating in
the Cloud, Traditional Security, Business Continuity, and Disaster
Recovery, Data Center Operations, Incident Response, Notification, and
Remediation, Application Security, Encryption and Key Management, Identity
and Access Management, Virtualization.