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  • Posted February 2, 2010

    The one cloud computing book to read.

    In the book the author really boils cloud computing down to its essence, providing those implementing cloud computing with a solid foundation of understanding, and approach. If you're going to buy one cloud computing book, this is it.

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  • Posted November 15, 2009

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    Cloud Computing and SOA Convergence in Your Enterprise- A step by Step Guide David S. Linthicum Published by Addison-Wesley

    The author takes a practical approach to a project role out. Often the pace of technology outstrips the best of us. This book is a great help. For those tasked with setting up a cloud environment, the book gives you a good road map. If you are new to the concept and just adding to your knowledge base, the content is easily understood. It does not matter if you are a CEO or a student; the take away is an insightful understanding of Cloud Computing in general and for the Enterprise in particular.

    Discussed is why the cloud matters and when you should use it. Some books just hype the subject, not this one. Instead, you get a clear understanding on what your ROI should be and the potential pitfalls. The book also covers the planned migration, breaking down each service and testing.

    I would recommend this book for any person with an interest in Cloud Computing.

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