Cloud Computing: An Introduction (Mercury)
Cloud Computing: An Introduction (Mercury)
Wednesday, 19 July 2017

This overview of cloud computing by R Chopra is written in a "self-teaching" format with tips and insights about cloud computing, its architecture, applications, information on security and privacy, and numerous case studies.The book also includes questions for discussion and "Cloud Computing Lab Experiments".

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Author: R. Chopra

Publisher: Mercury
Date: April 2017
Pages: 200
ISBN: 978-1683920922
Print: 1683920929
Kindle: B06XXPSY7T
Audience: Would-be cloud users
Level: introductory
Category: Cloud Computing

 

 

  • Explores the basic advancements in the field of cloud computing
  • Offers a practical, "self-teaching" approach with numerous case studies and lab experiments on installation, evaluation, security, and more
  • Includes material on ESXi, MS AZURE, Eucalyptus, and more.

 

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