Managing Data

May/June 2015

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From the Editor

It seems that nearly every day brings new features and pricing models from established competitors; launch announcements from enterprise players; new entrants with new angles; and acquisition of cloud pure-plays by legacy players. IEEE Cloud Computing strives to eschew the technobabble for solid technology and trend analysis, focusing on technology, business, economics, and legal issues through dedicated columns and departments. The May/June 2015 issue features five articles covering topics ranging from context-aware mobile cloud computing, to the use of standards to leverage cloud security service-level agreements, to the intersection of containerization and platform-as-a-service (PaaS) clouds. Read More

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Articles from IEEE Cloud Computing

Security and Privacy in Cloud Computing: Vision, Trends, and Challenges

Security and Privacy in Cloud Computing: Vision, Trends, and Challenges

Security concerns hamper the rapid deployment of cloud-based services on a large scale. Although many solutions exist, issues need to be properly addressed. Read full article »

Processing Distributed Internet of Things Data in Clouds

Processing Distributed Internet of Things Data in Clouds

We discuss the capabilities and limitations of big data technologies with regards to collecting and analyzing distributed big data sets across multiple datacenters. Read full article »