New Template for SLAs

  • Marcelo Corrales CompagnucciEmail author
Part of the Perspectives in Law, Business and Innovation book series (PLBI)


The notion that theory and practice are somewhat disconnected is often criticized. Most theories and models fail to address the links that put together theory and research into effective practice. To fill this gap, this chapter attempts to demonstrate how Plan-like Architectures can be particularly applied as a methodological took in the real world of cloud computing and Big Data.


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  1. 1.Centre for Advanced Studies in Biomedical Innovation Law (CeBIL)University of CopenhagenCopenhagenDenmark

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