This book has been written from a practical perspective with case studies being used to explain most of the concepts for the benefit of IT professionals who engineer, architect or design cloud SaaS. Technical leads, architects, designers, software engineers and software developers also stand to benefit from this book.
Features • Helps professionals in marketing, project managers and non-hands on CxOs, who want to know more beyond introductory material on cloud computing
• Chapters on Cloud SaaS Software and Cloud Compatibility Measure reveal the difference between conventional software and the cloud compatible
• A chapter on TOGAF, the general purpose architecting methodology, to suit to the specific purpose of architecting cloud compatible SaaS
• The top management personnel of software firms can benefit from this book as it gives them adequate foundation in the concept of cloud compatible SaaS to which they would otherwise have limited exposure, as sponsors of IT projects
Table of Contents * Chapter I Introduction * Chapter 2 Architecting Methods for Cloud SaaS Software – Solutions or Products * Chapter 3 How Do Hypervisors Work? How Does IaaS Function? * Chapter 4 Architecting Software Solutions for Public IaaS Cloud (without SaaS) * Chapter 5 Characteristics of Cloud SaaS Sof tware * Chapter 6 Cloud Compatibility Measure * Chapter 7 Architecting SaaS Solutions for Cloud Using Semi-Cloud Compatible SBBs * Chapter 8 Architecting Cloud SaaS Solutions with Cloud Non-Compatible Products * Chapter 9 Architecting Cloud Compatible SaaS Software Products * Chapter 10 Cloud Computing Reference Architecture * Chapter 11 Architecting for Security in Cloud SaaS Software * Abbreviations * References * Keyword Taxonomy Through Semantic Tree * Keywords Taxonomy * Index