Cloud Service Management

Cloud Service Management:

Service management:
  1. A system integral of supply chain management that contents actual company sales and the customer.
  2. The goal of service management is to maximize service supply chains.
  3. The purpose of service management are to reduce high costs by integrating products and services and keep inventory levels smaller.
Cloud Service Management:
  1. Cloud monitoring and cloud service management tools allow cloud providers to ensure optimal performance, continuity and efficiency in virtualized, on-demand environments. 
  2. The delivery of dynamic, cloud-based infrastructure, platform and application services doesn't occur in a vacuum.
  3. In addition to best practices for effective administration of all the elements associated with cloud service delivery, cloud service management and cloud monitoring tools enable providers to keep up with the continually shifting capacity demands of a highly-elastic environment.
  4.  The Above fig illustrates that service management provides the visibility, control and automation needed for efficient cloud delivery in both public and private implementations.

Simplify user interaction with it:
  1. The user friendly self-service accelerates  time to value.
  2. Service catalogue enables standards which drives consistent service delivery.
Enable policies to lower cost with provisioning:
  1. Automatic allocating and de-allocating of resources will make delivery of services fast.
  2. Provisioning policies allow release and reuse of assets.
Increase system admin productivity:
  1. Providing the benefits to the broker will probably become a critical success factor in cloud computing.
  2. Due to the growth of service brokerage business will increase the ability of cloud consumers to use services in a trustworthy manner.
  3. These cloud mediators will help companies to choose the right platform, deploy the apps across multiple clouds.
Following are the opportunities for cloud brokers:
  1. Cloud service intermediation : The broker must need to manage the additional securities or management capabilities over the cloud.
  2. Cloud aggregation: It includes the deployment of services over multiple cloud platforms.
  3. The ability to group an application across multiple clouds will become important i.e. if one service goes down the another can be started.
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Cloud Computing:
EasyExamNotes.com covered following topics in these notes.
  1. Introduction to Cloud Computing
  2. Historical development of Cloud Computing 
  3. Vision of Cloud Computing
  4. Characteristics of cloud computing as per NIST
  5. Cloud computing reference model
  6. Cloud computing environments
  7. Cloud services requirements
  8. Cloud and dynamic infrastructure
  9. Cloud Adoption and rudiments
  10. Cloud application: ECG Analysis in the cloud
  11. Cloud application: Protein structure prediction
  12. Cloud application: Gene Expression Data Analysis
  13. Cloud Computing Architecture
  14. IaaS
  15. PaaS
  16. SaaS
  17. Types of Clouds
  18. Cloud Interoperability & Standards
  19. Scalability and Fault Tolerance
  20. Cloud Ecosystem
  21. Cloud Business Process Management
  22. Cloud Service Management
  23. Cloud Analytics
  24. Testing Under Control
  25. Virtual Desktop Infrastructure
  26. Cloud Resiliency
  27. Cloud Provisioning
  28. Asset management
  29. Concepts of Map reduce
  30. Cloud Governance
  31. High Availability and Disaster Recovery
  32. Virtualization in cloud computing
  33. Server virtualization
  34. Hypervisor management software
  35. Third Party Cloud Services
  36. Case Study: Google App Engine
  37. Case Study: Microsoft Azure
  38. Case Study: Hadoop
  39. Case Study: Amazon
  40. Case Study: Aneka
A list of Video lectures
References:
  1. Buyya, Selvi ,” Mastering Cloud Computing “,TMH Pub
  2. Krutz , Vines, “Cloud Security “ , Wiley Pub
  3. Velte, “Cloud Computing- A Practical Approach” ,TMH Pub
  4. Sosinsky, “ Cloud Computing” , Wiley Pub
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