This important text provides a single point of reference for state-of-the-art cloud computing design and implementation techniques. The book examines cloud computing from the perspective of enterprise architecture, asking the question; how do we realize new business potential with our existing enterprises? Topics and features: with a Foreword by Thomas Erl; contains contributions from an international selection of preeminent experts; presents the state-of-the-art in enterprise architecture approaches with respect to cloud computing models, frameworks, technologies, and applications; discusses potential research directions, and technologies to facilitate the realization of emerging business models through enterprise architecture approaches; provides relevant theoretical frameworks, and the latest empirical research findings.
Author: Zaigham Mahmood,Richard Hill
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
This book presents a comprehensive and novel adaptive enterprise service systems approach to adapting, defining, operating, managing and supporting (ADOMS) the adaptive cloud enterprise architecture. The adaptive cloud enterprise architecture provides a platform for creating the service-centric agile enterprise. This book is intended for enterprise strategists, enterprise architects, domain architects, solution architects, researchers, and anyone who has an interest in the enterprise architecture and cloud computing disciplines. Contents:IntroductionCloud-Enabled Enterprise AdaptationThe Adaptive Enterprise Service System MetamodelThe Adaptive Enterprise Service System Lifecycle ManagementAdapting Cloud Enterprise Architecture CapabilityDefining Cloud Enterprise Architecture CapabilityOperating Cloud Enterprise Architecture CapabilityManaging Cloud Enterprise Architecture CapabilitySupporting Cloud Enterprise Architecture CapabilityCase Study Examples Readership: Researchers, academics, professionals and graduate students in software engineering, information sciences and networking. Keywords:Agility;Agile Enterprise Architecture;Cloud Computing;Design Thinking;Innovation
Author: Asif Qumer Gill
Publisher: World Scientific
Cloud computing promises to revolutionize IT and business by making computing available as a utility over the internet. This book is intended primarily for practising software architects who need to assess the impact of such a transformation. It explains the evolution of the internet into a cloud computing platform, describes emerging development paradigms and technologies, and discusses how these will change the way enterprise applications should be architected for cloud deployment. Gautam Shroff provides a technical description of cloud computing technologies, covering cloud infrastructure and platform services, programming paradigms such as MapReduce, as well as 'do-it-yourself' hosted development tools. He also describes emerging technologies critical to cloud computing. The book also covers the fundamentals of enterprise computing, including a technical introduction to enterprise architecture, so it will interest programmers aspiring to become software architects and serve as a reference for a graduate-level course in software architecture or software engineering.
Technology, Architecture, Applications
Author: Gautam Shroff
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
A sneak peek at up-and-coming trends in IT, a multidimensionalvision for achieving business agility through agilearchitectures The Agile Architecture Revolution places IT trends intothe context of Enterprise Architecture, reinventing EnterpriseArchitecture to support continuous business transformation. Itfocuses on the challenges of large organizations, while placingsuch organizations into the broader business ecosystem thatincludes small and midsize organizations as well as startups. Organizes the important trends that are facing technology inbusinesses and public sector organizations today and over the nextseveral years Presents the five broad organizing principles calledSupertrends: location independence, global cubicle, democratizationof technology, deep interoperability, and complex systemsengineering Provides a new perspective on service-oriented architecture inconjunction with architectural approaches to cloud computing andmobile technologies that explain how organizations can achievebetter business visibility through IT and enterprisearchitecture Laying out a multidimensional vision for achieving agilearchitectures, this book discusses the crisis points that promisesudden, transformative change, unraveling how organizations'spending on IT will continue to undergo radical change over thenext ten years.
How Cloud Computing, REST-Based SOA, and Mobile Computing Are Changing Enterprise IT
Author: Jason Bloomberg
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Category: Business & Economics
Expert practitioners at the FEAC Institute explains how to implement cloud solutions using proven patterns from the field of enterprise architecture. New from the FEAC (Federated Enterprise Architecture Certification) Institute Press, Architecting the Cloud applies the principles of enterprise architecture to planning and deploying a cloud-based strategy for enterprises in keeping with the intrinsic nature of their architectures, whether centralized or decentralized, in-sourced or out-sourced, employee-based or contractor-based. The authors are leading practitioners of enterprise architecture and cloud computing and one of the authors is responsible for defining the cloud computing strategy for the United States Navy. Architecting the Cloud presents models of cloud computing and pairs them with enterprise patterns. It provides a phased, step-by step-strategy for transformation of current operations to a future state that partially or fully leverages cloud computing to derive benefits of capital conservation, on-demand scaling and support for enterprise expansion without a corresponding increase in enterprise IT complexity. The book also focuses on patterns related to the production of cloud environments. Practical case studies help you apply the concepts learned in each chapter Objectives, summaries, and key points reinforce learning Co-author Kenneth Griesi is responsible for defining the cloud computing strategy for the U.S. Navy
Author: Kenneth Griesi,Mark Bergman,Prakash Rao,Beryl Bellman
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Osborne Media
Why collaborative enterprise architecture? -- What is enterprise architecture -- What enterprise architects do: core activities of EA -- EA frameworks -- EA maturity models -- Foundations of collaborative EA -- Towards pragmatism: lean and agile EA -- Inviting to participation: eam 2.0 -- The next steps: taking collaborative EA forward.
Enriching EA with Lean, Agile, and Enterprise 2.0 Practices
Author: Stefan Bente,Uwe Bombosch,Shailendra Langade
Enterprise Architecture Management in einem Unternehmen einzuführen ist eine komplexe Aufgabe. Für den Erfolg ist es vor allem wichtig, schon am Anfang ein klares Ziel-Bild festzulegen und zu definieren, wie die erste Einführungsstufe aussehen soll. Dabei unterstützt Sie dieser Praxisleitfaden. Die ersten Schritte erfolgreich in kurzer Zeit umsetzen Er hat zwei Schwerpunkte: - Einerseits vermittelt er eine ganzheitliche Sicht auf das Themenfeld EAM, seine Ziele und seinen Nutzen. Das liefert IT-Verantwortlichen und IT-Strategen gute Argumente, um ihr Unternehmen von der Notwendigkeit von EAM zu überzeugen. - Andererseits enthält es eine Schritt-für-Schritt-Anleitung für die Einführung von EAM in der ersten Ausbaustufe. Anschauliche Visualisierungen und Praxisbeispiele Diese Anleitung hilft Ihnen dabei, die ersten Schritte erfolgreich in kurzer Zeit umzusetzen. Anschauliche Visualisierungen und Praxisbeispiele ergänzen und vertiefen die vermittelten Inhalte.
Ein praktischer Leitfaden für die Einführung von EAM
Author: Inge Hanschke
Publisher: Carl Hanser Verlag GmbH Co KG
Massive, disruptive change is coming to IT as software as a service (SaaS), SOA, mashups, Web 2.0, and cloud computing truly come of age. Now, one of the world’s leading IT innovators explains what it all means—coherently, thoroughly, and authoritatively. Writing for IT executives, architects, and developers alike, world-renowned expert David S. Linthicum explains why the days of managing IT organizations as private fortresses will rapidly disappear as IT inevitably becomes a global community. He demonstrates how to run IT when critical elements of customer, product, and business data and processes extend far beyond the firewall—and how to use all that information to deliver real-time answers about everything from an individual customer’s credit to the location of a specific cargo container. Cloud Computing and SOA Convergence in Your Enterprise offers a clear-eyed assessment of the challenges associated with this new world—and offers a step-by-step program for getting there with maximum return on investment and minimum risk. Using multiple examples, Linthicum Reviews the powerful cost, value, and risk-related drivers behind the move to cloud computing—and explains why the shift will accelerate Explains the technical underpinnings, supporting technologies, and best-practice methods you’ll need to make the transition Helps you objectively assess the promise of cloud computing and SOA for your organization, quantify value, and make the business case Walks you through evaluating your existing IT infrastructure and finding your most cost-effective, safest path to the “cloud” Shows how to choose the right candidate data, services, and processes for your cloud computing initiatives Guides you through building disruptive infrastructure and next-generation process platforms Helps you bring effective, high-value governance to the clouds If you’re ready to begin driving real competitive advantage from cloud computing, this book is the start-to-finish roadmap you need to make it happen.
A Step-by-Step Guide
Author: David S. Linthicum
Publisher: Pearson Education
This volume constitutes the proceedings of the combined 7th International Workshop on Trends in Enterprise Architecture Research (TEAR 2012) and the 5th Working Conference on Practice-Driven Research on Enterprise Transformation (PRET-5), held in Barcelona, Spain, October 23-24, 2012, and co-located with The Open Group's Conference on Enterprise Architecture, Cloud Computing, and Security. Joining the forces of the two events with The Open Group Conference provided the unique opportunity for an intensive exchange between practitioners as well as for discussions on standardization efforts and academic research in the areas of enterprise transformation and enterprise architecture (EA). Based on careful reviews by at least three Program Committee members, 18 papers were chosen for inclusion in these proceedings. They were presented in six sessions on enterprise architecture management (EAM) effectivity, languages for EA, EAM and the ability to change, advanced topics in EA, governing enterprise transformations, and EA applications.
7th Workshop, TEAR 2012, and 5th Working Conference, PRET 2012, Held at The Open Group Conference 2012, Barcelona, Spain, October 23-24, 2012, Proceedings
Author: Stephan Aier,Mathias Ekstedt,Florian Matthes,Erik Proper,Jorge L. Sanz
Category: Business & Economics
This book reviews the challenging issues that present barriers to greater implementation of the cloud computing paradigm, together with the latest research into developing potential solutions. Topics and features: presents a focus on the most important issues and limitations of cloud computing, covering cloud security and architecture, QoS and SLAs; discusses a methodology for cloud security management, and proposes a framework for secure data storage and identity management in the cloud; introduces a simulation tool for energy-aware cloud environments, and an efficient congestion control system for data center networks; examines the issues of energy-aware VM consolidation in the IaaS provision, and software-defined networking for cloud related applications; reviews current trends and suggests future developments in virtualization, cloud security, QoS data warehouses, cloud federation approaches, and DBaaS provision; predicts how the next generation of utility computing infrastructures will be designed.
Challenges, Limitations and R&D Solutions
Author: Zaigham Mahmood
The overall functions of a government impact a wide range of sectors in society. It is imperative for governments to work at full capacity and potential in order to ensure quality progress for its citizens. Driving Efficiency in Local Government Using a Collaborative Enterprise Architecture Framework: Emerging Research and Opportunities is an essential scholarly publication for the latest research on methods for smart government initiatives and implementations, and addresses prevalent internal and external security risks. Featuring extensive coverage on a broad range of topics such as technology funds, mobile technology, and cloud computing, this book is ideally designed for professionals, academicians, researchers, and students seeking current research on the ways in which governments can advance and prosper.
Emerging Research and Opportunities
Author: Tiwary, Amit
Publisher: IGI Global
This book captures the state of the art in cloud technologies, infrastructures, and service delivery and deployment models. The work provides guidance and case studies on the development of cloud-based services and infrastructures from an international selection of expert researchers and practitioners. Features: presents a focus on security and access control mechanisms for cloud environments, analyses standards and brokerage services, and investigates the role of certification for cloud adoption; evaluates cloud ERP, suggests a framework for implementing “big data” science, and proposes an approach for cloud interoperability; reviews existing elasticity management solutions, discusses the relationship between cloud management and governance, and describes the development of a cloud service capability assessment model; examines cloud applications in higher education, including the use of knowledge-as-a-service in the provision of education, and cloud-based e-learning for students with disabilities.
Advances and Trends in Cloud Computing
Author: Zaigham Mahmood
Securing against operational interruptions and the theft of your data is much too important to leave to chance. By planning for the worst, you can ensure your organization is prepared for the unexpected. Enterprise Architecture and Information Assurance: Developing a Secure Foundation explains how to design complex, highly available, and secure enterprise architectures that integrate the most critical aspects of your organization's business processes. Filled with time-tested guidance, the book describes how to document and map the security policies and procedures needed to ensure cost-effective organizational and system security controls across your entire enterprise. It also demonstrates how to evaluate your network and business model to determine if they fit well together. The book’s comprehensive coverage includes: Infrastructure security model components Systems security categorization Business impact analysis Risk management and mitigation Security configuration management Contingency planning Physical security The certification and accreditation process Facilitating the understanding you need to reduce and even mitigate security liabilities, the book provides sample rules of engagement, lists of NIST and FIPS references, and a sample certification statement. Coverage includes network and application vulnerability assessments, intrusion detection, penetration testing, incident response planning, risk mitigation audits/reviews, and business continuity and disaster recovery planning. Reading this book will give you the reasoning behind why security is foremost. By following the procedures it outlines, you will gain an understanding of your infrastructure and what requires further attention.
Developing a Secure Foundation
Author: James A. Scholz
Publisher: CRC Press
Category: Business & Economics
The field of intelligent decision technologies is interdisciplinary in nature, bridging computer science with its development of artificial intelligence, information systems with its development of decision support systems, and engineering with its development of systems. This book presents the 45 papers accepted for presentation at the 5th KES International Conference on Intelligent Decision Technologies (KES-IDT 2013), held in Sesimbra, Portugal, in June 2013. The conference consists of keynote talks, oral and poster presentations, invited sessions and workshops on the applications and theory of intelligent decision systems and related areas. The conference provides an opportunity for the presentation and discussion of interesting new research results, promoting knowledge transfer and the generation of new ideas. The book will be of interest to all those whose work involves the development and application of intelligent decision systems.
Proceedings of the 5th KES International Conference on Intelligent Decision Technologies (KES-IDT 2013)
Author: R. Neves-Silva,J. Watada,G.E. Phillips-Wren
Publisher: IOS Press
This practical and didactic text/reference discusses the leading edge of secure cloud computing, exploring the essential concepts and principles, tools, techniques and deployment models in this field. Enlightening perspectives are presented by an international collection of pre-eminent authorities in cloud security assurance from both academia and industry. Topics and features: · Describes the important general concepts and principles of security assurance in cloud-based environments · Presents applications and approaches to cloud security that illustrate the current state of the art · Reviews pertinent issues in relation to challenges that prevent organizations moving to cloud architectures · Provides relevant theoretical frameworks and the latest empirical research findings · Discusses real-world vulnerabilities of cloud-based software in order to address the challenges of securing distributed software · Highlights the practicalities of cloud security, and how applications can assure and comply with legislation · Includes review questions at the end of each chapter This Guide to Security Assurance for Cloud Computing will be of great benefit to a broad audience covering enterprise architects, business analysts and leaders, IT infrastructure managers, cloud security engineers and consultants, and application developers involved in system design and implementation. The work is also suitable as a textbook for university instructors, with the outline for a possible course structure suggested in the preface. The editors are all members of the Computing and Mathematics Department at the University of Derby, UK, where Dr. Shao Ying Zhu serves as a Senior Lecturer in Computing, Dr. Richard Hill as a Professor and Head of the Computing and Mathematics Department, and Dr. Marcello Trovati as a Senior Lecturer in Mathematics. The other publications of the editors include the Springer titles Big-Data Analytics and Cloud Computing, Guide to Cloud Computing and Cloud Computing for Enterprise Architectures.
Author: Shao Ying Zhu,Richard Hill,Marcello Trovati
Architect and deliver packaged Force.com applications that cater to enterprise business needs About This Book Explore the lightning framework, advanced application life cycle processes, and testing Use the Force.com platform to build truly integrated, scalable, and robustly engineered applications focused on enterprise-level customer demands Using the Lightning technology to deliver modern and responsive user experiences targeting multiple devices through Lightning Experience and Salesforce1 Mobile. Step-by-step, work on examples to get you building your own ready-to-install packaged application Who This Book Is For This book is for advanced Force.com developers and architects who need to understand the Salesforce platform from the perspective of enterprise-level requirements. A prior understanding of Apex and Visualforce is a must. Those familiar with other enterprise software ecosystems will also find this book ideal as they adopt Force.com. What You Will Learn Package, install, test, and upgrade an application Define architecture-aligning data storage and functional requirements Develop Apex code that is easy to navigate, self-documenting, testable, robust, and organic Leverage your application's clientagnostic Service layer backbone to support numerous platform areas Get the most from hosting your application within the Lightning Experience and Salesforce1 Mobile clients Apply querying, indexing, and asynchronous best practices Leverage mocking and dependency injection in your Apex tests Explore tips for developing advanced applications In Detail Companies of all sizes have seen the need for Force.com's architectural strategy focused on enabling their business objectives. Successful enterprise applications require planning, commitment, and investment in the best tools, processes, and features available. This book will teach you how to architect and support enduring applications for enterprise clients with Salesforce by exploring how to identify architecture needs and design solutions based on industry standard patterns. There are several ways to build solutions on Force.com, and this book will guide you through a logical path and show you the steps and considerations required to build packaged solutions from start to finish. It covers all aspects, from engineering to getting your application into the hands of your customers, and ensuring that they get the best value possible from your Force.com application. You will get acquainted with extending tools such as Lightning App Builder, Process Builder, and Flow with your own application logic. In addition to building your own application API, you will learn the techniques required to leverage the latest Lightning technologies on desktop and mobile platforms. Style and approach The book takes a straightforward approach, taking apart the Force.com architecture for you to gain a deep understanding of how you can implement the Salesforce platform based on enterprise-level requirements.
Author: Andrew Fawcett
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd