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Analyzing Cloud Computing

出版商 Aruvian's R'search 商品編碼 139876
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雲端運算分析 Analyzing Cloud Computing
出版日期: 2012年07月01日 內容資訊: 英文 240 Pages





  • 所謂雲端運算
  • 雲端運算之歷史
  • 網路之出現
  • 數據中心之進化
  • 雲端架構
  • 雲端應用程式介面(API)
  • 需求增加
  • 成本
  • 法規
  • 優缺點



  • 彈性
  • 測量服務
  • 隨需自助服務
  • 無所不在的全面網路世界存取
  • 資源中心


  • Software as a Service(SaaS)
  • Platform as a Service(PaaS)
  • Infrastructure as a Service(IaaS)


  • 公有雲端
  • 私有雲端
  • 社群雲端
  • 混合雲端
  • 特殊應用雲端
  • 雲端組合/移轉至雲端之使用
  • 公有雲端及私有雲端之優勢及弱點


  • API之層級
  • API之類別
  • 開發人員角色


  • 概要
  • 無所不在連結機能
  • 開放存取
  • 確保信賴


  • 概要
  • 服務使用者
  • 服務供應商
  • 服務開發人員
  • 使各種雲端服務協作所需之標準
  • 可使各種雲端服務啟用所需之標準
  • 雲端及企業應用連結所需之標準
  • 企業內標準


  • 概要
  • 無所不在連結機能
  • 客製化服務
  • 軟體共用
  • 隨需之基礎設施服務
  • 數據存檔所需之新模式
  • 縮減成本


  • 私有雲端之啟用
  • 雲端供應商作用
  • IT供應商作用
  • 啟用雲端運算之準備
  • 成功案例研究



  • 縮減成本
  • 測量制
  • 縮短產品開發時間
  • 投資效益
  • 資產開支轉移至營業費用
  • 減少二氧化碳排放量


  • 虛擬化
  • 多重用戶之可能性
  • 安全性及隱私權面
  • 數據管理
  • API之作用
  • 雲端使用之測量技術






  • 概要
  • 硬體客戶
  • 軟體客戶
  • 雲端客戶
  • 客戶端雲之優缺點
  • 客戶端雲未來展望


  • 概要
  • 網路提供服務之未來展望
  • 網路連結機器之未來展望
  • 電網及雲端之概念
  • 服務指向及架構之出現









Cloud computing is a shift following the switchover from mainframe to client - server in the early 1980s. Cloud computing is web-based processing, whereby shared resources, software, and information are provided to computers and other devices on demand over the Internet.

Cloud computing describes a new supplement, consumption, and delivery model for IT services based on the Internet, and it typically involves over-the-Internet provision of dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources. It is a byproduct and consequence of the ease-of-access to remote computing sites provided by the Internet.

Aruvian's R'search presents its research report Analyzing Cloud Computing - a complete analysis of the emerging market of cloud computing.

The research report begins with an introduction to the concept of cloud computing. Section B explains what cloud computing is, the history of cloud computing, emergence of the network, cloud architecture, cloud application programming interfaces along with the cost logic of cloud computing. Regulations impacting cloud computing is also discussed and the most important point to consider: the advantages and disadvantages of cloud computing - without which, the reader will not an idea as to the importance of cloud computing in today's IT-connected world.

Moving on we cover the market for cloud computing, including industry statistics and market data. Section D then covers the important features of cloud computing such as rapid elasticity, measured service, ubiquitous network access and other characteristics that make cloud computing just so lucrative!

Section E and F cover the delivery and deployment models for cloud computing. In these sections deployment models such as the public cloud, the private cloud, hybrid cloud, special purpose clouds, as well as delivery models such as Saas, Paas, and IaaS are covered in-depth.

Going ahead to section G, the Application Programming Interfaces, or APIs, that are required for building cloud computing solutions are discussed. Meanwhile, section I discusses the taxonomy for cloud computing. In this section, we discuss the service consumer, the service provider, and the service developer. A complete section that helps the reader understand the classification for cloud computing.

Moving on, we analyze the various benefits of cloud computing such as the ease of ubiquity, customization options, and many more advantages of cloud computing.

Further to this, section K discusses what all is required for deploying of a cloud system. In this, we analyze the deployment of a private cloud system, role of cloud vendors, the role of IT players, and some successful cloud system deployment case studies.

Organizational cost advantages of cloud systems are discussed in section M and this is followed by the technological aspects of cloud systems that includes the potential of multi-tenancy, security and privacy issues, as well as data management.

Regulatory issues and government investment, commercialization of the cloud computing system along with the global cloud exchanges and markets are analyzed in the following sections.

Section S is dedicated to analyzing cloud clients that includes hardware and software clients, along with the pros and cons of cloud clients. Other related concepts to cloud computing is analyzed in section T - this section covers the Future Internet of Services and Things, along with the role of grids in the cloud concept. The emergence of service oriented architecture is also analyzed.

Following this, sections covering case studies from various government uses of cloud computing as well as several cloud computing projects are discussed.

Aruvian's research report ‘Analyzing Cloud Computing’ analyzes 150 of the major players in this industry such as Akamai, Amazon Web Services, Microsoft, Google, AT&T, CA, Cisco, Dell, HP, Informatica, and many others are analyzed in this report,

The report Analyzing Cloud Computing is a complete guide to understanding the concept of Cloud Computing and is an excellent aid for anyone interested in learning about this emerging concept!

Table of Contents

A. Executive Summary

B. Introduction to Cloud Computing

  • B.1. What is Cloud Computing?
  • B.2. History of Cloud Computing
  • B.3. Emergence of the Network
  • B.4. Evolution of the Data Center
  • B.5. Cloud Architecture
  • B.6. Cloud Application Programming Interfaces
  • B.7. Rising Demand of Cloud Computing
  • B.8. Cost Logic of Cloud Computing
  • B.9. Regulations on Cloud Computing
  • B.10. Pros & Cons of Cloud Computing

C. Market Overview

D. Features of Cloud Computing

  • D.1. Rapid Elasticity
  • D.2. Measured Service
  • D.3. On-Demand Self-Service
  • D.4. Ubiquitous Network Access
  • D.5. Resource Pooling

E. Delivery Models of Cloud Computing

  • E.1. Software as a Service (SaaS)
  • E.2. Platform as a Service (PaaS)
  • E.3. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

F. Deployment Models for Cloud Computing

  • F.1. Public Cloud
  • F.2. Private Cloud
  • F.3. Community Cloud
  • F.4. Hybrid Cloud
  • F.5. Special Purpose Clouds
  • F.6. Combine Cloud or Switching Over
  • F.7. Trade-off between Public and Private Cloud

G. Application Programming Interfaces for Building Cloud Computing Solutions

  • G.1. Levels of APIs
  • G.2. API Categories
  • G.3. Role of the Developers

H. Promoting the Concept of Cloud Computing

  • H.1. Overview
  • H.2. Ubiquitous Connectivity
  • H.3. Providing Open Access to Users
  • H.4. Ensuring Reliability

I. Taxonomy for Cloud Computing

  • I.1. Overview
  • I.2. Service Consumer
  • I.3. Service Provider
  • I.4. Service Developer
  • I.5. Understanding Standards across Cloud Service Types
  • I.6. Understanding Standards within Cloud Service Types
  • I.7. Understanding Standards between the Cloud and the Enterprise
  • I.8. Understanding Standards within an Enterprise

J. Benefits of Cloud Computing

  • J.1. Overview
  • J.2. Ease of Ubiquity
  • J.3. Customization of Services
  • J.4. Enabling Ease of Software Sharing
  • J.5. Offering Infrastructure on Demand
  • J.6. New Model for Storing Data
  • J.7. Providing Cost Savings

K. Deploying a Cloud System

  • K.1. Private Cloud Deployment
  • K.2. Role of Cloud Vendors
  • K.3. Role of IT Players
  • K.4. Preparing for Deploying Cloud Computing
  • K.5. Successful Deployment Case Studies

L. How does Cloud Computing Distinguish Itself?

M. Organizational Cost Advantages of Cloud Systems

  • M.1. Lower Costs
  • M.2. Pay Per Use
  • M.3. Reduced Time to Market
  • M.4. Return of Investment
  • M.5. From Capital Expenditure to Operational Expenditure
  • M.6. Lower Carbon Footprint

N. Technological Aspects of Cloud Systems

  • N.1. Virtualization
  • N.2. Potential of Multi-tenancy
  • N.3. Security & Privacy Aspects
  • N.4. Data Management
  • N.5. Role of APIs
  • N.6. Metering

O. Regulatory Issues & Government Investment

P. Commercialization of Cloud Computing

Q. Global Cloud Exchanges and Markets

R. Cloud Computing Research Projects

S. Understanding Cloud Clients

  • S.1. Overview
  • S.2. Hardware Clients
  • S.3. Software Clients
  • S.4. Cloud Clients
  • S.5. Advantages & Disadvantages of Cloud Clients
  • S.6. Future of Cloud Clients

T. Cloud Computing & Related Concepts

  • T.1. Overview
  • T.2. Future Internet of Services
  • T.3. Future Internet of Things
  • T.4. Grids and the Cloud Concept
  • T.5. Emergence of Service Oriented Architecture

U. Case Study: Cloud Computing in Governments

  • U.1. Cloud Computing in Government
  • U.2. Cloud Computing in the US General Services Administration
  • U.3. Cloud Computing in NASA
  • U.4. Cloud Computing in the US DoI's National Business Center
  • U.5. Cloud Computing in US HHS
  • U.6. Cloud Computing in the US White House
  • U.7. Cloud Computing in the UK Government
  • U.8. Cloud Computing and EU Initiatives
  • U.9. Cloud Computing in the Japanese Government
  • U.10. Cloud Computing in the Chinese Government
  • U.11. Cloud Computing in the Vietnamese Government
  • U.12. Cloud Computing in the Thai Government

V. Case Studies

  • V.1. New York Times Project: Time Machine
  • V.2. IBM Google University
  • V.3. SmugMug
  • V.4. NASDAQ Project

W. Major Players

  • W.1. 10Gen
  • W.2. 3Leaf Systems
  • W.3. 3Tera
  • W.4. 3X Systems
  • W.5. Akamai
  • W.6. AllenPort
  • W.7. Amazon Web Services
  • W.8. Appirio
  • W.9. Appistry
  • W.10. AppNexus
  • W.11. Apprenda
  • W.12. AppRiver
  • W.13. AppZero
  • W.14. Arista Networks
  • W.15. Asigra
  • W.16. AT&T
  • W.17. Axcient
  • W.18. Barracuda Networks
  • W.19. Birst
  • W.20. Boomi
  • W.21. CA
  • W.22. Callidus Software
  • W.23. Carbonite
  • W.24. Caringo
  • W.25. Caspio
  • W.26. Cast Iron Systems
  • W.27. Cisco
  • W.28. Citrix Cloud Center
  • W.29. Cloud9Analytics
  • W.30. Cloudera
  • W.31. CloudScale
  • W.32. CloudSwitch
  • W.33. CloudTest/Soasta
  • W.34. CloudWorks
  • W.35. CohesiveFT
  • W.36. Cordys
  • W.37. Ctera
  • W.38. Dell
  • W.39. Doyenz
  • W.40. eFolder
  • W.41. ElasticHosts
  • W.42. Elastra
  • W.43. EMC
  • W.44. Engine Yard
  • W.45. Enki
  • W.46. Enomaly
  • W.47. eVapt
  • W.48.
  • W.49. FlexiScale
  • W.50. GCloud3
  • W.51. GigaSpaces
  • W.52. Gizmox
  • W.53. GoGrid
  • W.54. Good OS
  • W.55. Google
  • W.56. Hewlett-Packard
  • W.57.
  • W.58. Hyperic/Spring Source
  • W.59. HyperOffice
  • W.60. i365
  • W.61. IBM
  • W.62. iLand
  • W.63. InContact
  • W.64. Informatica
  • W.65. Intacct
  • W.66. Intridea
  • W.67. Intronis
  • W.68. Intuit
  • W.69. Joyent
  • W.70. Kaavo
  • W.71. Layered Technologies
  • W.72. LiveOps
  • W.73. LongJump
  • W.74. M86
  • W.75. Mashery
  • W.76. McAfee
  • W.77. Meeza
  • W.78. Mezeo Software
  • W.79. Microsoft
  • W.80. MultiFactor
  • W.81. MX Logic
  • W.82. MyDials
  • W.83. NComputing
  • W.84. NetApp
  • W.85. NetSuite
  • W.86. New Relic
  • W.87. Nirvanix
  • W.88. Novell
  • W.89. Open Nebula
  • W.90. OpSource
  • W.91. Oracle
  • W.92. OrangeScape
  • W.93. Paglo
  • W.94. Panda Security
  • W.95. Parallels
  • W.96. ParaScale
  • W.97. Ping Identity
  • W.98. PivotLink
  • W.99. Platform Computing
  • W.100. Proofpoint
  • W.101. QlikTech
  • W.102. Qualys
  • W.103. Quantivo
  • W.104. RackSpace
  • W.105. Red Hat
  • W.106. Reductive Labs
  • W.107. Reldata
  • W.108. RightScale
  • W.109. Robobak
  • W.110. Rollbase
  • W.111. rPath
  • W.112.
  • W.113. SAP
  • W.114. SAS Institute
  • W.115. Savvis
  • W.116. ScanSafe
  • W.117. SIMtone
  • W.118. Skytap
  • W.119. StillSecure
  • W.120. Stoneware
  • W.121. SugarCRM
  • W.122. SyferLock
  • W.123. Symantec
  • W.124. Symform
  • W.125. Symplified
  • W.126. Taleo
  • W.127. Terremark
  • W.128. ThinkGrid
  • W.129. Trend Micro
  • W.130. Ubuntu
  • W.131. Unisys
  • W.132. Univa UD
  • W.133. Vembu
  • W.134. Verizon
  • W.135. VMware
  • W.136. WatchGuard
  • W.137. Webroot
  • W.138. Websense
  • W.139. WhiteHat
  • W.140. Workday
  • W.141. Wyse Technology
  • W.142. Xactly
  • W.143. XCalibre
  • W.144. Zenith InfoTech
  • W.145. Zetta
  • W.146. Zeus Technology
  • W.147. Zlago
  • W.148.
  • W.149. Zscaler
  • W.150. Zuora

X. Future Perspective: Cloud Computing

Y. Appendix

Z. Glossary of Terms

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