John Rhoton's book "Cloud Computing Explained" is the best cloud computing book I've been able to find.
He has brought his considerable experience on Cloud Computing to bear here - and it shows when you see that what you learn from this book can put to immediate use.
As far as I've gotten it appears to provide very good coverage of a confusing and far reaching technology topic.
This is a "marketing" level exposition of the topics in cloud computing. Something a consultant would pitch to a CxO. Read morePublished 4 months ago by R. Gupta
Contents are good and broad enough to cover nearly all terms. But it is not a book for an IT professional. Just touch on the high level surface of issue.Published 10 months ago by EN LIU
Great book for those trying to make sense of the all the hype around cloud computing. Focused primarily on public cloud infrastructures.Published 10 months ago by Kevin McDaniel
Only the first few sections are truly Cloud related. The rest of the sections are pretty generic - and kind of repetitive. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Yazad K
Skates the line between technical and non-technical explanations of the cloud, reviewing the major elements in a detailed fashion and providing a strong overview of the various... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Ken Eisner
I've been trying to work my way through this book for several weeks now. As far as I've gotten it appears to provide very good coverage of a confusing and far reaching technology... Read morePublished 17 months ago by rtclark
If you want to cover the topic for high level and some detailed information - this is the book. Highly recommend this one.Published 18 months ago by D. Verret
Comprehensive review of what cloud computing is about. A little dated now (2013) but most of the information is usable if you're looking for a good foundation to get started with.Published 19 months ago by Amazon Customer
>>>..."Cloud Computing Explained" provides a Clear, Easy-To-Understand, Directional Overview & Guide into Cloud Computing!!!... Read morePublished on December 9, 2011 by Michael GreenGold