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Cloud Computing by Mind Map: Cloud Computing

1. Sources

1.1. NIST

1.2. Blog

2. Essential Characteristics

2.1. On Demand Self-Service

2.2. Ubiqitous Network Access

2.3. Rapid Elasticity

2.4. Location Independent Resource Pooling

2.5. Measured Service

3. Foundational Elements

3.1. Virtualization

3.1.1. Hypervisors

3.1.1.1. Types

3.2. Distributed Computing

3.3. Autonomic Systems

3.4. Grid Technology

3.5. Broadband Networks

3.6. Web 2.0

3.7. Service Oriented Architecture

3.8. Free and Open Source Software

3.9. Web Application Frameworks

3.10. Browser as a Platform

3.11. Service Level Agreements

3.12. Utility Computing

4. Deployment Models

4.1. Private

4.2. Public

4.3. Hybrid

4.4. Community

5. Cloud Service Delivery Models

5.1. SaaS

5.1.1. Meaning

5.1.2. Characteristics

5.1.3. Limitations

5.2. PaaS

5.2.1. Meaning

5.2.2. Characteristics

5.2.3. Limitations

5.3. IaaS

5.3.1. Meaning

5.3.2. Characteristics

5.3.3. Limitations

5.4. .....

5.5. XaaS

5.5.1. Here anything is available as a service over the browser

6. Cloud Computing/for Whom ?

6.1. Medical Field

6.2. Parents

6.3. National Purposes

6.4. Cloud Cricket

6.5. Cloud Election

6.6. Cloud Movie

6.7. Government

7. Many Definitions

7.1. Teachers

7.1.1. Survival Tool

7.2. Students

7.2.1. Tool of Tomorrow

7.3. Everybody

7.3.1. New Writing Slate

7.3.2. New Learning Habitat

7.3.3. New Phenomenon

7.3.4. Upholding Values

7.3.5. Sharing useful thoughts

7.3.6. Liberating Technology

7.3.7. Democratic Technology

7.4. Opportunity

7.4.1. Start-Ups

7.4.2. Enterpreneurs

7.4.3. Students

7.4.4. Freelancers

8. Cloud Examples

8.1. IBM BlueMix

8.2. Google App Engine

8.3. Amazon Web Services

8.4. Meghraj

9. Cloud Stake Holders

9.1. Cloud Consumer

9.1.1. User

9.2. Cloud Auditor

9.2.1. Security Audit

9.2.2. Privacy Impact Audit

9.2.3. Performance Audit

9.3. Cloud Provider

9.3.1. Service Layer

9.3.1.1. SaaS

9.3.1.2. PaaS

9.3.1.3. IaaS

9.3.2. Physical Resource Layer

9.3.2.1. Hardware

9.3.2.2. Facility

9.3.3. Resource Abstraction & Control Layer

9.3.4. Cloud Service Management

9.3.4.1. Business Support

9.3.4.2. Provisioning / Configuration

9.3.4.3. Portability/Interoperability

9.4. Cloud Broker

9.4.1. Service Intermediation

9.4.2. Service Aggregation

9.4.3. Service Arbitrage

9.5. Cloud Carrier

10. Evolution till Cloud Computing

10.1. Computing enters world (1960)

10.1.1. Computing came to business world.

10.2. Mainframe Computing

10.2.1. Advantages

10.2.1.1. Helped business to carry out some mundane and routine jobs such as payroll, account, inventory thus sparing employees from tedious jobs.

10.2.2. Dis-Advantages

10.2.2.1. Centralized model of computing. Anyone who wants computing must go to the computer center for availing it.

10.3. Personal Computing (1980)

10.4. Client Server Computing

10.5. Cluster Computing

10.6. Grid Computing

10.7. Web 2.0 Business Models

10.8. Cloud Computing (Today)

10.9. Mobile Cloud Computing

11. Key Terms

11.1. Service

11.2. Service Delivery

11.3. Network

11.4. Cloud Computing

11.5. SOA

11.6. Security

11.7. Privacy

11.8. Clinet

11.9. Ubility

11.10. Data Center

11.11. Cloud Service

11.12. Service Models

11.13. Cluster Computing

11.14. Cloud Storage

11.15. Cloud Application

11.16. Cloud Database

11.17. Cloud Operating System

11.18. Cloud Consumer

11.19. Cloud Broker

11.20. Cloud Auditor

11.21. Cloud Carrier

11.22. Cloud Engineering

11.23. Virtualization

11.24. Grid Computing

12. Cloud Based Projects

12.1. http://iplt20-prediction.appspot.com

12.2. http://arg.ap01.aws.af.cm/web

12.3. http://resume-2-mindmap.appspot.com/

12.4. http://7.self-learning.appspot.com

12.5. http://www.markmelive.com

13. Cloud Security Concerns

13.1. Privacy Issues

13.2. Security

14. Cloud Applications

14.1. Energy

14.2. Manufacturing

14.3. Mobile Communications

14.4. Education

14.5. Government

14.6. Transport