Solutions Review has compiled a cross-section of the best selling books on the subject of Cloud Platforms. Below you will find a library of books from recognized experts in the field of Cloud Computing covering topics ranging from cloud strategy and architecture to virtualization and replication.
Building Your Next Big Thing with Google Cloud Platform: A Guide for Developers and Enterprise Architects
“Building Your Next Big Thing with Google Cloud Platform shows you how to take advantage of the Google Cloud Platform technologies to build all kinds of cloud-hosted software and services for both public and private consumption.”
“Part of a series of specialized guides on System Center – this book provides focused drilldown on managing servers. Led by series editor Mitch Tulloch, a team of System Center experts step you through key technical scenarios and management tasks.
“With this book, get the basics of SAP HANA Cloud Platform, and then take the next steps. You’ll learn how to use SAP HCP to create, deploy, and secure applications, and how it can be used to extend SAP Cloud solutions like SuccessFactors. There’s more to cloud than fluff find out what it is.”
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“In Cloud Computing: Concepts, Technology & Architecture, Thomas Erl, one of the world’s top-selling IT authors, teams up with cloud computing experts and researchers to break down proven and mature cloud computing technologies and practices into a series of well-defined concepts, models, technology mechanisms, and technology architectures.”
“The Salesforce Analytics Cloud represents the rethinking of analytics for the business user. The Analytics Cloud is a cloud-based platform designed for the business user to have access to analytics “on the go,” providing answers to questions instantly on any device.”
“The complete reference guide to the hot technology of cloud computing
Its potential for lowering IT costs makes cloud computing a major force for both IT vendors and users; it is expected to gain momentum rapidly with the launch of Office Web Apps later this year.”