SearchCloudComputing.com’s tutorials provide IT professionals with the latest information on how cloud computing technology is being used today, including cloud development, security, infrastructure, applications, cloud management, costs, use cases and more.
Managing and monitoring cloud computing
This primer provides the latest information on cloud management and monitoring tools, news and notes on key providers in the cloud computing management market and tips on how to keep control of your infrastructure as you move it to the cloud.
Security issues in cloud
This primer on cloud computing security contains all our recent cloud security news stories, tips and interviews. In the end, one prevalent question remains: Will things get better or worse for security in the cloud?
Microsoft Azure tutorial: A look at the cloud
Microsoft Azure has become the company's flagship cloud service. Designed to lead the predicted rise in Platform as a Service (PaaS), Azure lets users store data, write applications directly onto invisible virtual machines and control those machines directly, all on Microsoft’s next-gen data center. This tutorial presents, through news and technical tips, an overview of everything on Microsoft’s cloud computing platform.
Cloud computing development for
This guide covers the plethora of cloud computing platforms available for application development, including Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2), Google App Engine and Salesforce.com's Force.com, and offers best practices and helpful hints on working with cloud application programming interfaces (APIs) and developing demo environments for your enterprise.
Cloud computing programming API
Developers have a wide range of platforms to choose from in creating cloud-based applications. Two of the most popular platforms are Amazon's Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) and the Google App Engine (GAE). In addition there are a wide variety of other platforms that have not gotten as much press, but are making traction such as SaleForce.com environment. In this guide, we will dive into some of the more interesting sites with development resources and tips to get the developer rolling.
This was first published in February 2011