Cloud Computing Patterns

@inproceedings{Fehling2014CloudCP,
  title={Cloud Computing Patterns},
  author={Christoph Fehling and Frank Leymann and Ralph Retter and Walter Schupeck and Peter Arbitter},
  booktitle={Springer Vienna},
  year={2014}
}
The broad availability of high-speed Internet has reduced the impact of geographic location of hosting environments on the user experience provided by hosted applications. Advancements in hardware and software management have enabled hosting providers to offer such IT resources very flexibly and in an automated fashion. Cloud computing is the business model exploiting this IT evolution. Cloud providers offer numerous IT resources, such as servers, application runtime environments, or complete… CONTINUE READING
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