Analyzing Application Service Providers
Analyzing and assessing the ASP marketplace, this book offers advice for those looking to use ASP for competitive advantage. It offers an analytic framework for ASPs and their clients, including client value propositions, the economics of the model, service definitions and descriptions, technologies
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Why Companies Outsource
Taxonomy for ASP Economies
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Access Control analysis analyze Application Servers application services ASP customers ASP enabling ASP industry ASP management ASP security ASP service management ASP types ASP's availability bandwidth BlueArc Business Logic Chapter client client-server co-location ASPs companies competitive advantages complex components configuration cost economies customer's data centers database defined differentiation distribution domains dynamic economies of scale environment example facilities Fibre Channel Figure firewalls focus framework functions George Gilder hardware hosting HVAC implementation infrastructure integration interfaces Internet ISVs J2EE layers leverage major management services ment middleware MIP's Monitoring and Management multiple customers offer operations outsourcing performance personnel planning platforms processes professional services protocols Pure-Play ASPs Qualities requirements routers scalability scope security architecture security measures servers Service Provider shared SLAs storage strategies streaming media Sun Microsystems suppliers taxonomy Tier tion tomer transactions users Value Chain value propositions vendors Web Servers
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