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Cloud Computing Architected: Solution Design Handbook (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 3. Mai 2011

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John Rhoton is a strategy consultant who advises global enterprise customers on emerging technologies with a current focus on public, private and hybrid cloud computing. He speaks regularly on technology and strategy and is the author of five books including Cloud Computing Explained, currently ranked among the most popular books on the topic. His tenure in the IT industry spans over twenty-five years at HP, EDS, Compaq and Digital where he has held leading roles in defining and implementing business and technology strategy both internally and for many of the largest clients. John has been responsible for driving the adoption of several emerging technologies including cloud computing, mobility, next-generation-networking and virtualization. Over his career, he has covered a range of activities from software engineering and enterprise architecture to business development and global infrastructure deployment. After living in a dozen countries, including long-term assignments to the United States, France, Italy, Ireland, Hong Kong and Malaysia, he has settled with his family near Vienna, Austria. In addition to English, John is fluent in German, Spanish, French and Italian.


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This book is a great addition to other books about cloud computing.

Why? It does NOT give a high-level overview of cloud computing. It does NOT explain the business value. Finally, it does NOT contain tutorials for any specific cloud products.

So what is the content of the book? It covers architectural options for designing a cloud. The book explains many important decisions which have to be done when creating a cloud service or a cloud application.

Everyone of the 31 chapters can be read on its own and explaines one of the different concepts. Some contents: Authentication, Storage, Elasticity, Payments and Administration. The book uses current products such as Amazon Web Service (IaaS) or Google App Engine (PaaS) as practical examples.

This book can be read by people who are new to cloud computing because everything is explained in detail and easy to understand. Nevertheless, I would recommend to read another (more theoretical) book first, which explains the basis concepts such as the business value of cloud computing. I already had some practical experiences with cloud services before reading the book, such as AWS (IaaS) or GAE and CloudFoundry (PaaS). If you already have experience with different cloud services, you should read the book anyway because you get a better overview about alternative cloud architectures.

Conclusion: A very good and easy to read book about cloud architectures.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Worth reading for architects 18. September 2011
Von A. Bhatnagar - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I am a novice in Cloud Computing and I thought I have a decent understanding of cloud computing. After reading this book, I found how much more is there in cloud computing space. I am still reading and I have liked it so far. The author talks at architectural level (as the title says) and is good for anyone new to this area. I like that this book is clarifying my concepts and telling what all is available to explore. If you are looking for details on how to implement solutions using AWS, Azure, App Engine then this book is not for you.
I got this book quite late (10-15 days) with no shipping information published on Amazon. I wish the seller can expedite the delivery of books.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent book, but index is close to useless 12. März 2012
Von B. R. Snyder - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch Verifizierter Kauf
I'm a relatively tech-y person trying to get a handle on cloud computing. I have found this book very easy to read, clearly organized, and very practical. My main gripe with it is the index. I rely heavily on a book's index, both to find something I read before and to get an overview of the various topics a book covers. The index for this book is only three pages, and is very superficial. It often lists many pages for a topic without breaking them out into subtopics. I get more use out of the table of contents than I do from the index; because the book is well organized, I can generally find what I'm looking for. But not always. For example, in my reading I came across the term shared-nothing. I understood the discussion, but later on I realized I had forgotten what it meant. Sadly, the term shared-nothing was not in the index. Since I knew the realm in which the term applied, I was able to look up a few topics in the TOC, one of which led me to the term. Any time a term is introduced in quotes, as this one was, it's clearly relevant to the discussion, and should be find-able again. I am pondering returning this version and getting the kindle one. At least then, I could search for any term I wanted to. My advice to readers: keep your post-it notes handy as you read this book. My advice to the publisher: hire a professional indexer for the next edition.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen De-mystifying the Hype 23. Mai 2011
Von David R - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
John and Risto have gone the distance to really explain in detail the technical structure of cloud computing platforms. In Cloud Computing Explained John gave us the "Who" and "Why" [plus a whole lot more] of cloud computing, and now he and Risto give us the "what, where, when" on how to build a flexible, scalable, secure and automated multi-purpose, multi-tenant cloud computing infrastructure. The best feature of the content is that itreally speaks to the experience of its authors - I can really tell that these guys have "been there" and "done that" and have put their experience into an well though out architecture guide. Great detailed content for those who need to get up to speed on cloud computing, as well as great help for IT experts who want to polish up their own cloud computing environments.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent 23. Februar 2013
Von Juan Domínguez - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This is a really deep book. Here you can find a very detailed description of the Cloud's solution design topics that you have to consider when you are designing a web application for the cloud.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Not 2013 26. Februar 2013
Von S. Bahal - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Bought the book - as it claimed updated for 2013. There is no mention in the preface etc what is actually updated for 2013 - maybe some Azure etc portions are.

But overall content is very poor - there is no 'Architecture' in the book - only description etc of multiple cloud platforms - not of much use. I don't know who can be target audience for this book - likely none.
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