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Cloudcomputing by Mind Map: Cloudcomputing

1. Dangers / Issues

1.1. Privacy

1.2. Compliance

1.3. Legal issues

1.4. Security

1.5. Sustainability

1.6. Abuse

1.7. lack of IT governance

1.8. Open source software

2. Characteristics

2.1. Agility

2.2. Application programming interface (API)

2.3. Reduced costs

2.4. Device and location independence

2.5. Virtualization technology

2.6. Multitenancy

2.6.1. Centralization of infrastructure

2.6.2. Peak-load capacity increases

2.6.3. Utilisation and efficiency improvements

2.7. Reliability

2.7.1. business continuity

2.7.2. disaster recovery

2.8. Scalability and elasticity

2.9. monitored performance

2.10. Security

2.11. Easy Maintenance

3. What?

3.1. complete package delivered as a service

3.1.1. software

3.1.2. hardware

3.2. Delivery over a network (internet)

3.2.1. web browers

3.2.2. Mobile applications

3.3. Remote services

3.4. Cloud providers manage and maintain

3.4.1. infrastructure

3.4.2. platforms

3.5. Data servers are kept safe at a remote location

4. Different kinds

4.1. Infrastructure as a service (IaaS)

4.2. Platform as a service (PaaS)

4.3. Software as a service (SaaS)

4.4. Storage as a service (STaaS)

4.5. Security as a service (SECaaS)

4.6. Data as a service (DaaS)

4.7. Test environment as a service (TEaaS)

4.8. Desktop as a service (DaaS)

4.9. API as a service (APIaaS)

4.10. Backend as a service (Baas)

5. Why?

5.1. Safe use

5.2. Low Costs

5.3. Easy use

5.4. Easy maintenance by cloud providers

5.5. Always up-to-date with new software

6. European Offer

6.1. Amazon web services

6.2. rackspace

6.3. CenturyLink/Savvis

6.4. Salesforce.com

6.5. Verizon/Terremark

6.6. Joyent

6.7. Citrix

6.8. Bluelock

6.9. Microsoft

6.10. VMware