Hybrid cloud architectures for the online commerce

@inproceedings{Lackermair2011HybridCA,
  title={Hybrid cloud architectures for the online commerce},
  author={Georg Lackermair},
  booktitle={WCIT},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract Cloud Computing is a relatively new computing approach which promises enhanced scalability, flexibility and cost-efficiency. In practice, however, there are many uncertainties about the usage of this way of provisioning IT resources. Concerns about evolving dependencies and security issues have arisen. As online commerce is dependent on a reliable, secure online stores, it is vital to take those concerns into account. The hybrid architecture combines traditional IT service provisioning… CONTINUE READING

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