Cloud Computing and Services Science

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Ivan Ivanov, Marten van Sinderen, Boris Shishkov
Springer Science & Business Media, Apr 17, 2012 - Business & Economics - 392 pages

The Cloud Computing and Services Science book comprises a collection of the best papers presented at the International Conference on Cloud Computing and Services Science (CLOSER), which was held in The Netherlands in May 2011. In netting papers from the conference researchers and experts from all over the world explore a wide-ranging variety of the emerging Cloud Computing platforms, models, applications and enabling technologies. Further, in several papers the authors exemplify essential links to Services Science as service development abstraction, service innovation, and service engineering, acknowledging the service-orientation in most current IT-driven structures in the Cloud.

The Cloud Computing and Services Science book is organized around important dimensions of technology trends in the domain of cloud computing in relation to a broad scientific understanding of modern services emerging from services science. The papers of this book are inspired by scholarly and practical work on the latest advances related to cloud infrastructure, operations, security, services, and management through the global network. This book includes several features that will be helpful, interesting, and inspirational to students, researchers as well as practitioners. Professionals and decision makers working in this field will also benefit from this book


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Part II Cloud Computing Fundamentals
Part III Services Science Foundation for Cloud Computing
Part IV Cloud Computing Platforms and Applications
Part V Cloud Computing Enabling Technology
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