Cloud Services, Networking, and Management

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Nelson L. S. da Fonseca, Raouf Boutaba
John Wiley & Sons, 31 mars 2015 - 432 pages

Cloud Services, Networking and Management provides a comprehensive overview of the cloud infrastructure and services, as well as their underlying management mechanisms, including data center virtualization and networking, cloud security and reliability, big data analytics, scientific and commercial applications.

Special features of the book include:

  • State-of-the-art content
  • Self-contained chapters for readers with specific interests
  • Includes commercial applications on Cloud (video services and games)
 

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Table des matières

BASIC CONCEPTS AND ENABLING TECHNOLOGIES
3
VIRTUALIZATION IN THE CLOUD
23
CONTENTS
32
VIRTUAL MACHINE MIGRATION
49
CLOUD NETWORKING AND COMMUNICATIONS
73
INTERDATACENTER NETWORKS WITH MINIMUM
105
OPENFLOW AND SDN FOR CLOUDS
129
MOBILE CLOUD COMPUTING
153
CLOUD SECURITY
269
SURVIVABILITY AND FAULT TOLERANCE IN THE CLOUD
295
SCIENTIFIC APPLICATIONS ON CLOUDS
311
14
333
23
339
49
346
61
352
BIG DATA ON CLOUDS BDOC
361

CLOUD MANAGEMENT
191
PERFORMANCE MANAGEMENT AND MONITORING
217
RESOURCE MANAGEMENT AND SCHEDULING
243

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À propos de l'auteur (2015)

NELSON L. S. DA FONSECA is a Professor at the Institute of Computing of the State University of Campinas, Brazil. He???s received several conference best paper awards including the IEEE Globecom Best Paper Award, the Medal of the Chancelor of the University of Pisa and the IEEE ComSoc Joseph LoCicero Award for Exemplary Service to Publications. He is an editorial board member of several journals and has chaired and created numerous IEEE conferences. He is former EiC of the IEEE Communications Surveys and Tutorials.

RAOUF BOUTABA iis a Professor of Computer Science at the University of Waterloo, Canada. He has published extensively in the area of network and service management and received several journal and conference Best Paper Awards such as the 2008 IEEE Fred W. Ellersnick Prize Paper Award as well as other recognitions such as the Dan Stokesbury Award and the McNaughton Gold Medal. He is a fellow of the IEEE and the Engineering Institute of Canada.

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