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Cloud computing : concepts, technology, & architecture

Cloud computing : concepts, technology, & architecture

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Erl, Thomas. Puttini, Richardo, 1974-. Mahmood, Zaigham.
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Cloud computing : concepts, technology, & architecture / Thomas Erl, Zaigham Mahmood and Richardo Puttini.
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Upper Saddle River, NJ :   Prentice Hall,   c2013.  
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xxxiv, 489 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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9780133387520 (hardback : alk. paper)
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Includes index.  
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토마스 얼(지은이)

가장 인기 있는 IT 작가이자 아키투라 교육(Arcitura Education)의 창업자다. 「서비스 테크놀로지 매거진(Service Technology Magazine)」의 편집자며, '토마스 얼의 프렌티스 홀 서비스 기술 시리즈'의 시리즈 에디터다. 전 세계적으로 17만 5,000부 이상 판매된 이 책들은 글로벌 베스트셀러가 됐고, 이전에 IBM, 마이크로소프트, 오라클, 인텔, 액센츄어, IEEE, HL7, MITRE, SAP, 시스코, HP 같은 주요 IT 조직의 책임급 이상 인력들에 의해 검증 및 보증됐다. 아키투라 교육의 CEO로서 CloudSchool.com™ 및 SOASchool.com®과의 협력 하에 전 세계적으로 인정받는 클라우드 전문가 인증(CCP, Cloud Certified Professional)과 SOA 전문가 인증(SOACP, SOA Certified Professional) 같은 인증 프로그램을 위한 커리큘럼을 개발해왔으며, 이러한 인증 프로그램을 통해 전 세계적으로 수천만 명의 IT 전문가를 통해 업체 중립적으로 업계의 공식 인증을 받아왔다. 20여 개 이상의 국가를 순회하며 연사이자 강사로 활동하고, 서비스 기술 심포지움이나 가트너 행사 같은 국제 컨퍼런스에 정기적으로 참석해왔다. 「월 스트리트 저널」과 「CIO 매거진」을 비롯한 다수의 출판물에 100개 이상의 기사와 인터뷰를 게재했다.

Zaigham Mahmood(지은이)

Ricardo Puttini(지은이)

정보제공 : Aladin

목차

Section	Section Description	Page Number
Foreword	p. xxix
Acknowledgments	p. xxxiii
Chapter 1	    Introduction	p. 1
1.1	        Objectives of This Book	p. 3
1.2	        What This Book Does Not Cover	p. 4
1.3	        Who This Book Is For	p. 4
1.4	        How This Book Is Organized	p. 4
1.5	        Conventions	p. 9
            Symbols and Figures	p. 9
            Summary of Key Points	p. 9
1.6	        Additional Information	p. 9
            Updates, Errata, and Resources (www.servicetechbooks.com)	p. 9
            Referenced Specifications (www.servicetechspecs.com)	p. 10
            The Service Technology Magazine (www.servicetechmag.com)	p. 10
            International Service Technology Symposium (www.servicetechsymposium.com)	p. 10
            What Is Cloud? (www.whatiscloud.com)	p. 10
            What Is REST? (www.whatisrest.com)	p. 10
            Cloud Computing Design Patterns (www.cloudpatterns.org)	p. 10
            Service-Orientation (www.serviceorientation.com)	p. 11
            CloudSchool.com Certified Cloud (CCP) Professional (www.cloudschool.com)	p. 11
            SOASchool.com SOA Certified (SOACP) Professional (www.soaschool.com)	p. 11
            Notification Service	p. 11
Chapter 2	    Case Study Background	p. 13
2.1	        Case Study #1: ATN	p. 14
            Technical Infrastructure and Environment	p. 14
            Business Goals and New Strategy	p. 15
            Roadmap and Implementation Strategy	p. 15
2.2	        Case Study #2: DTGOV	p. 16
            Technical Infrastructure and Environment	p. 17
            Business Goals and New Strategy	p. 18
            Roadmap and Implementation Strategy	p. 19
2.3	        Case Study #3: Innovartus Technologies Inc	p. 20
            Technical Infrastructure and Environment	p. 20
            Business Goals and Strategy	p. 20
            Roadmap and Implementation Strategy	p. 21
Part I	Fundamental Cloud Computing	
Chapter 3	    Understanding Cloud Computing	p. 25
3.1	        Origins and Influences	p. 26
            A Brief History	p. 26
            Definitions	p. 27
            Business Drivers	p. 28
            Capacity Planning	p. 28
            Cost Reduction	p. 29
            Organizational Agility	p. 30
            Technology Innovations	p. 30
            Clustering	p. 31
            Grid Computing	p. 31
            Virtualization	p. 32
            Technology Innovations vs. Enabling Technologies	p. 32
3.2	        Basic Concepts and Terminology	p. 33
            Cloud	p. 33
            IT Resource	p. 34
            On-Premise	p. 36
            Cloud Consumers and Cloud Providers	p. 36
            Scaling	p. 37
            Horizontal Scaling	p. 37
            Vertical Scaling	p. 37
            Cloud Service	p. 38
            Cloud Service Consumer	p. 40
3.3	        Goals and Benefits	p. 40
            Reduced Investments and Proportional Costs	p. 41
            Increased Scalability	p. 42
            Increased Availability and Reliability	p. 43
3.4	        Risks and Challenges	p. 45
            Increased Security Vulnerabilities	p. 45
            Reduced Operational Governance Control	p. 45
            Limited Portability Between Cloud Providers	p. 47
            Multi-Regional Compliance and Legal Issues	p. 48
Chapter 4	    Fundamental Concepts and Models	p. 51
4.1	        Roles and Boundaries	p. 52
            Cloud Provider	p. 52
            Cloud Consumer	p. 52
            Cloud Service Owner	p. 53
            Cloud Resource Administrator	p. 54
            Additional Roles	p. 56
            Organizational Boundary	p. 56
            Trust Boundary	p. 57
4.2	        Cloud Characteristics	p. 58
            On-Demand Usage	p. 59
            Ubiquitous Access	p. 59
            Multitenancy (and Resource Pooling)	p. 59
            Elasticity	p. 61
            Measured Usage	p. 61
            Resiliency	p. 61
4.3	        Cloud Delivery Models	p. 63
            Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS)	p. 64
            Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS)	p. 65
            Software-as-a-Service (SaaS)	p. 66
            Comparing Cloud Delivery Models	p. 67
            Combining Cloud Delivery Models	p. 69
            IaaS + PaaS	p. 69
            IaaS + PaaS + SaaS	p. 72
4.4	        Cloud Deployment Models	p. 73
            Public Clouds	p. 73
            Community Clouds	p. 74
            Private Clouds	p. 75
            Hybrid Clouds	p. 77
            Other Cloud Deployment Models	p. 78
Chapter 5	    Cloud-Enabling Technology	p. 79
5.1	        Broadband Networks and Internet Architecture	p. 80
            Internet Service Providers (ISPs)	p. 80
            Connectionless Packet Switching (Datagram Networks)	p. 83
            Router-Based Interconnectivity	p. 83
            Physical Network	p. 84
            Transport Layer Protocol	p. 84
            Application Layer Protocol	p. 85
            Technical and Business Considerations	p. 85
            Connectivity Issues	p. 85
            Network Bandwidth and Latency Issues	p. 88
            Cloud Carrier and Cloud Provider Selection	p. 89
5.2	        Data Center Technology	p. 90
            Virtualization	p. 90
            Standardization and Modularity	p. 90
            Automation	p. 91
            Remote Operation and Management	p. 92
            High Availability	p. 92
            Security-Aware Design, Operation, and Management	p. 92
            Facilities	p. 92
            Computing Hardware	p. 93
            Storage Hardware	p. 93
            Network Hardware	p. 95
            Carrier and External Networks Interconnection	p. 95
            Web-Tier Load Balancing and Acceleration	p. 95
            LAN Fabric	p. 95
            SAN Fabric	p. 95
            NAS Gateways	p. 95
            Other Considerations	p. 96
5.3	        Virtualization Technology	p. 97
            Hardware Independence	p. 98
            Server Consolidation	p. 98
            Resource Replication	p. 98
            Operating System-Based Virtualization	p. 99
            Hardware-Based Virtualization	p. 101
            Virtualization Management	p. 102
            Other Considerations	p. 102
5.4	        Web Technology	p. 103
            Basic Web Technology	p. 104
            Web Applications	p. 104
5.5	        Multitenant Technology	p. 106
5.6	        Service Technology	p. 108
            Web Services	p. 109
            REST Services	p. 110
            Service Agents	p. 111
            Service Middleware	p. 112
5.7	        Case Study Example	p. 113
Chapter 6	    Fundamental Cloud Security	p. 117
6.1	        Basic Terms and Concepts	p. 118
            Confidentiality	p. 118
            Integrity	p. 119
            Authenticity	p. 119
            Availability	p. 119
            Threat	p. 120
            Vulnerability	p. 120
            Risk	p. 120
            Security Controls	p. 120
            Security Mechanisms	p. 121
            Security Policies	p. 121
6.2	        Threat Agents	p. 121
            Anonymous Attacker	p. 122
            Malicious Service Agent	p. 123
            Trusted Attacker	p. 123
            Malicious Insider	p. 123
6.3	        Cloud Security Threats	p. 124
            Traffic Eavesdropping	p. 124
            Malicious Intermediary	p. 124
            Denial of Service	p. 126
            Insufficient Authorization	p. 127
            Virtualization Attack	p. 127
            Overlapping Trust Boundaries	p. 129
6.4	        Additional Considerations	p. 131
            Flawed Implementations	p. 131
            Security Policy Disparity	p. 132
            Contracts	p. 132
            Risk Management	p. 133
6.5	        Case Study Example	p. 135
Part II	Cloud Computing Mechanisms	
Chapter 7	    Cloud Infrastructure Mechanisms	p. 139
7.1	        Logical Network Perimeter	p. 140
            Case Study Example	p. 142
7.2	        Virtual Server	p. 144
            Case Study Example	p. 145
7.3	        Cloud Storage Device	p. 149
            Cloud Storage Levels	p. 149
            Network Storage Interfaces	p. 150
            Object Storage Interfaces	p. 151
            Database Storage Interfaces	p. 151
            Relational Data Storage	p. 151
            Non-Relational Data Storage	p. 152
            Case Study Example	p. 152
7.4	        Cloud Usage Monitor	p. 155
            Monitoring Agent	p. 155
            Resource Agent	p. 155
            Polling Agent	p. 157
            Case Study Example	p. 157
7.5	        Resource Replication	p. 161
            Case Study Example	p. 162
7.6	        Ready-Made Environment	p. 166
            Case Study Example	p. 167
Chapter 8	    Specialized Cloud Mechanisms	p. 169
8.1	        Automated Scaling Listener	p. 170
            Case Study Example	p. 172
8.2	        Load Balancer	p. 176
            Case Study Example	p. 177
8.3	        SLA Monitor	p. 178
            Case Study Example	p. 180
            SLA Monitor Polling Agent	p. 180
            SLA Monitoring Agent	p. 180
8.4	        Pay-Per-Use Monitor	p. 184
            Case Study Example	p. 187
8.5	        Audit Monitor	p. 189
            Case Study Example	p. 189
8.6	        Failover System	p. 191
            Active-Active	p. 191
            Active-Passive	p. 194
            Case Study Example	p. 196
8.7	        Hypervisor	p. 200
            Case Study Example	p. 201
8.8	        Resource Cluster	p. 203
            Case Study Example	p. 206
8.9	        Multi-Device Broker	p. 208
            Case Study Example	p. 209
8.10	        State Management Database	p. 210
            Case Study Example	p. 211
Chapter 9	    Cloud Management Mechanisms	p. 213
9.1	        Remote Administration System	p. 214
            Case Study Example	p. 219
9.2	        Resource Management System	p. 219
            Case Study Example	p. 221
9.3	        SLA Management System	p. 222
            Case Study Example	p. 224
9.4	        Billing Management System	p. 225
            Case Study Example	p. 227
Chapter 10	    Cloud Security Mechanisms	p. 229
10.1	        Encryption	p. 230
            Symmetric Encryption	p. 231
            Asymmetric Encryption	p. 231
            Case Study Example	p. 233
10.2	        Hashing	p. 234
            Case Study Example	p. 235
10.3	        Digital Signature	p. 236
            Case Study Example	p. 238
10.4	        Public Key Infrastructure (PKI)	p. 240
            Case Study Example	p. 242
10.5	        Identity and Access Management (IAM)	p. 243
            Case Study Example	p. 244
10.6	        Single Sign-On (SSO)	p. 244
            Case Study Example	p. 246
10.7	        Cloud-Based Security Groups	p. 247
            Case Study Example	p. 249
10.8	        Hardened Virtual Server Images	p. 251
            Case Study Example	p. 252
Part III	Cloud Computing Architecture	
Chapter 11	    Fundamental Cloud Architectures	p. 255
11.1	        Workload Distribution Architecture	p. 256
11.2	        Resource Pooling Architecture	p. 257
11.3	        Dynamic Scalability Architecture	p. 262
11.4	        Elastic Resource Capacity Architecture	p. 265
11.5	        Service Load Balancing Architecture	p. 268
11.6	        Cloud Bursting Architecture	p. 271
11.7	        Elastic Disk Provisioning Architecture	p. 272
11.8	        Redundant Storage Architecture	p. 275
11.9	        Case Study Example	p. 277
Chapter 12	    Advanced Cloud Architectures	p. 281
12.1	        Hypervisor Clustering Architecture	p. 282
12.2	        Load Balanced Virtual Server Instances Architecture	p. 288
12.3	        Non-Disruptive Service Relocation Architecture	p. 293
12.4	        Zero Downtime Architecture	p. 298
12.5	        Cloud Balancing Architecture	p. 299
12.6	        Resource Reservation Architecture	p. 301
12.7	        Dynamic Failure Detection and Recovery Architecture	p. 306
12.8	        Bare-Metal Provisioning Architecture	p. 309
12.9	        Rapid Provisioning Architecture	p. 312
12.10	        Storage Workload Management Architecture	p. 315
12.11	        Case Study Example	p. 321
Chapter 13	    Specialized Cloud Architectures	p. 323
13.1	        Direct I/O Access Architecture	p. 324
13.2	        Direct LUN Access Architecture	p. 326
13.3	        Dynamic Data Normalization Architecture	p. 329
13.4	        Elastic Network Capacity Architecture	p. 330
13.5	        Cross-Storage Device Vertical Tiering Architecture	p. 332
13.6	        Intra-Storage Device Vertical Data Tiering Architecture	p. 337
13.7	        Load Balanced Virtual Switches Architecture	p. 340
13.8	        Multipath Resource Access Architecture	p. 342
13.9	        Persistent Virtual Network Configuration Architecture	p. 344
13.10	        Redundant Physical Connection for Virtual Servers Architecture	p. 347
13.11	        Storage Maintenance Window Architecture	p. 350
Part IV	Working With Clouds	
Chapter 14	    Cloud Delivery Model Considerations	p. 359
14.1	        Cloud Delivery Models: The Cloud Provider Perspective	p. 360
            Building IaaS Environments	p. 360
            Data Centers	p. 361
            Scalability and Reliability	p. 363
            Monitoring	p. 363
            Security	p. 364
            Equipping PaaS Environments	p. 364
            Scalability and Reliability	p. 365
            Monitoring	p. 367
            Security	p. 367
            Optimizing SaaS Environments	p. 367
            Security	p. 370
14.2	        Cloud Delivery Models: The Cloud Consumer Perspective	p. 370
            Working with IaaS Environments	p. 370
            IT Resource Provisioning Considerations	p. 372
            Working with PaaS Environments	p. 373
            IT Resource Provisioning Considerations	p. 373
            Working with SaaS Services	p. 374
14.3	        Case Study Example	p. 375
Chapter 15	    Cost Metrics and Pricing Models	p. 379
15.1	        Business Cost Metrics	p. 380
            Up-Front and On-Going Costs	p. 380
            Additional Costs	p. 381
            Case Study Example	p. 382
            Product Catalog Browser	p. 382
            On-Premise Up-Front Costs	p. 382
            On-Premise On-Going Costs	p. 383
            Cloud-Based Up-Front Costs	p. 383
            Cloud-Based On-Going Costs	p. 383
            Client Database	p. 385
            On-Premise Up-Front Costs	p. 385
            On-Premise On-Going Costs	p. 385
            Cloud-Based Up-Front Costs	p. 385
            Cloud-Based On-Going Costs	p. 385
15.2	        Cloud Usage Cost Metrics	p. 387
            Network Usage	p. 387
            Inbound Network Usage Metric	p. 387
            Outbound Network Usage Metric	p. 388
            Intra-Cloud WAN Usage Metric	p. 388
            Server Usage	p. 389
            On-Demand Virtual Machine Instance Allocation Metric	p. 389
            Reserved Virtual Machine Instance Allocation Metric	p. 389
            Cloud Storage Device Usage	p. 390
            On-Demand Storage Space Allocation Metric	p. 390
            I/O Data Transferred Metric	p. 390
            Cloud Service Usage	p. 390
            Application Subscription Duration Metric	p. 390
            Number of Nominated Users Metric	p. 391
            Number of Transactions Users Metric	
15.3	        Cost Management Considerations	p. 391
            Pricing Models	p. 393
            Additional Considerations	p. 395
            Case Study Example	p. 396
            Virtual Server On-Demand Instance Allocation	p. 397
            Virtual Server Reserved Instance Allocation	p. 399
            Cloud Storage Device	p. 401
            WAN Traffic	p. 401
Chapter 16	    Service Quality Metrics and SLAs	p. 403
16.1	        Service Quality Metrics	p. 404
            Service Availability Metrics	p. 405
            Availability Rate Metric	p. 405
            Outage Duration Metric	p. 406
            Service Reliability Metrics	p. 407
            Mean-Time Between Failures (MTBF) Metric	p. 407
            Reliability Rate Metric	p. 407
            Service Performance Metrics	p. 407
            Network Capacity Metric	p. 408
            Storage Device Capacity Metric	p. 408
            Server Capacity Metric	p. 408
            Web Application Capacity Metric	p. 408
            Instance Starting Time Metric	p. 409
            Response Time Metric	p. 409
            Completion Time Metric	p. 409
            Service Scalability Metrics	p. 409
            Storage Scalability (Horizontal) Metric	p. 410
            Server Scalability (Horizontal) Metric	p. 410
            Server Scalability (Vertical) Metric	p. 410
            Service Resiliency Metrics	p. 411
            Mean-Time to Switchover (MTSO) Metric	p. 411
            Mean-Time System Recovery (MTSR) Metric	p. 412
16.2	        Case Study Example	p. 412
16.3	        SLA Guidelines	p. 413
16.4	        Case Study Example	p. 416
            Scope and Applicability	p. 416
            Service Quality Guarantees	p. 416
            Definitions	p. 417
            Usage of Financial Credits	p. 417
            SLA Exclusions	p. 418
Part V	Appendices	
Appendix A	    Case Study Conclusions	p. 421
A.1	        ATN	p. 422
A.2	        DTGOV	p. 422
A.3	        Innovartus	p. 424
Appendix B	    Industry Standards Organizations	p. 427
B.1	        National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)	p. 428
B.2	        Cloud Security Alliance (CSA)	p. 429
B.3	        Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF)	p. 429
B.4	        Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA)	p. 430
B.5	        Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards (OASIS)	p. 430
B.6	        The Open Group	p. 430
B.7	        Open Cloud Consortium (OCC)	p. 431
B.8	        European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI)	p. 431
B.9	        Telecommunications Industry Association (TIA)	p. 431
B.10	        Liberty Alliance	p. 432
B.11	        Open Grid Forum (OGF)	p. 432
Appendix C	    Mapping Mechanisms to Characteristics	p. 433
Appendix D	    Data Center Facilities (TIA-942)	p. 437
D.1	        Primary Rooms	p. 438
            Electrical Room	p. 438
            Mechanical Room	p. 438
            Storage and Staging	p. 438
            Offices, Operations Center, and Support	p. 438
            Telecommunications Entrance	p. 438
            Computer Room	p. 439
D.2	        Environmental Controls	p. 440
            External Electrical Power Provider Interconnection	p. 440
            Power Distribution	p. 441
            Uninterruptible Power Source (UPS)	p. 441
            Power Engine-Generator	p. 441
D.3	        Infrastructure Redundancy Summary	p. 442
Appendix E	    Emerging Technologies	p. 443
E.1	        Autonomic Computing	p. 444
E.2	        Grid Computing	p. 445
            Service Grids	p. 446
Appendix F	    Cloud Provisioning Contracts	p. 449
F.1	        Cloud Provisioning Contract Structure	p. 450
            Terms of Service	p. 452
            Service Usage Policy	p. 452
            Security and Privacy Policy	p. 453
            Warranties and Liabilities	p. 455
            Rights and Responsibilities	p. 455
            Termination and Renewal	p. 456
            Specifications and SLAs	p. 456
            Pricing and Billing	p. 457
            Other Issues	p. 457
            Legal and Compliance Issues	p. 457
            Auditability and Accountability	p. 457
            Changes in the Contract Terms and Conditions	p. 457
F.2	        Cloud Provider Selection Guidelines	p. 458
            Cloud Provider Viability	p. 458
Appendix G	    Cloud Business Case Template	p. 461
G.1	        Business Case Identification	p. 462
G.2	        Business Needs	p. 462
G.3	        Target Cloud Environment	p. 463
G.4	        Technical Issues	p. 464
G.5	        Economic Factors	p. 464
About the Authors	p. 465
About the Foreword Contributor	p. 467
About the Contributors	p. 469
Index	p. 471

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