Cloud Computing: Part 2
This course is the second in a series of three courses covering introductory, intermediate and advanced topics in cloud computing. The intent of this course is to build upon basic concepts in cloud computing and conduct a deeper exploration of cloud computing and its principles and practices. The course will focus on the architecture, dynamics, applications, benefits and issues of concern for the three service models. This course is substantially based on a publication prepared by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (or NIST): Draft Cloud Computing Synopsis and Recommendations, NIST SP 800-146, (Badger et al., 2012). Additional material is also excerpted, with permission, from the two IEEE draft standards: IEEE P2301, Guide for Cloud Portability and Interoperability Profiles and IEEE P2302, Draft Standard for Intercloud Interoperability and Federation.
Dr. Laplante is Professor of Software Engineering at Penn State, where he teaches and conducts applied research in software and systems engineering. He has over 25 years of experience building, studying, and teaching about various kinds of software systems. Dr. Laplante has authored or edited 28 books and has published more than 200 scholarly papers. Dr. Laplante is a Fellow of the IEEE and SPIE. He is also currently leading the team that is writing the licensure exam for software engineers in the United States.
Publication Year: 2012