Impact of Cloud Computing Properties
In Chap. 1, we introduced the basic principles of cloud computing, on-demand self-service, broad network access, pay-per-use, resource pooling and rapid elasticity. In Chaps. 2 and 3, we used a pattern format to describe workloads experienced by cloud applications, the hosting environments they use, and the cloud-specific properties of different cloud offerings in an abstract, vendor-neutral view. Chapter 4 covered patterns on how to deal with these properties in application architectures followed by best practices for managing cloud applications in Chap. 5. Chapter 6 covered compositions of the patterns described in previous chapters to create cloud applications.
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