How clouds hold IT together integrating architecture with cloud deployment

Most enterprises are migrating to the cloud gradually rather than at one go. The transitional phase of mixed cloud and on-premises applications presents thorny problems for IT management. Waschke shows the reader how to normalize the performance and capacity measurements of concurrent traditional an...

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Bibliographic Details
Main Author: Waschke, Marvin
Format: eBook
Published: [Berkeley, CA] Apress 2015
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Collection: O'Reilly - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Includes bibliographical references and index
  • Chapter 1. The Imperative: IT Integration
  • Chapter 2. The Merger: Enterprise Business and IT Management
  • Chapter 3. The Bridge: Service Management
  • Chapter 4. The Buzz: Handhelds in the Workplace
  • Chapter 5. The Hard Part: Clouds
  • Chapter 6. The Infrastructure: ITIL and Service Management
  • Chapter 7. The Superstructure: Service Management Architecture
  • Chapter 8. The Harder They Fall: Integration in the Enterprise
  • Chapter 9. The Contenders: Enterprise Integration Architectural Patterns
  • Chapter 10. Not in Kansas: Virtualization Challenges
  • Chapter 11. Splendid Isolation: Virtual Architecture Patterns
  • Chapter 12. Slipping the Surly Bonds: Cloud Architecture Patterns
  • Chapter 13. Tricky Business: Cloud Integration Patterns
  • Chapter 14. Fish nor Fowl: Mixed Architectures
  • Chapter 15. Conclusion