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Business-driven IT Optimization InhaltsangabeTime and IT March on.About the Authors.Foreword.Acknowledgments.Who Should Read This Book and Why List of Figures.List of Tables.Part One: Introducing Utility Computing.1 Introduction.2 What is Utility Computing 2.1 Overview.2.2 The Changing Role of IT.2.3 Utility Computing.2.4 Return on Investment.2.5 Why Now 2.6 It is Not All or Nothing.2.7 Further Implications of Utility Computing.2.8 Summary.Reference.3 Historical Trends, or ‘ Is Utility Computing Really New ’ 3.1 Overview.3.2 Back to the Beginning.3.3 Connectivity: The Great Enabler.3.4 The Web and the Return to Utility Computing.3.5 Pay-As-You-Grow Data Processing.3.6 Utility Computing and the Industry.3.7 Summary.4 The Utility Model in Detail.4.1 Overview.4.2 The Essentials of a Utility.4.3 The Utility Model in Detail (An Analogy).4.4 Should Information Services Be any Different 4.5 Summary.5 Service Level Agreements.5.1 Overview.5.2 An Everyday Event.5.3 Defining Services and the Service Level Agreement.5.4 Creating Complex Services.5.5 Managing Services.5.6 Sharing Risk with Suppliers.5.7 Summary.Part Two: Transformational Modeling.6 Project Justification and Focus.6.1 Overview.6.2 Business Drivers and Project Justification.6.3 How to Find Where to Start.7 The Utility Computing Reference Model.7.1 Overview.7.2 The Service Layer.7.3 The Process Layer.7.4 The Organizational Layer.8 A Maturity Model for Utility Computing.8.1 Overview.8.2 The Maturity Levels in Detail.8.3 Creating a Utility Computing Scorecard.8.4 Moving Up the Maturity Model (Generic Tasks).9 A Transformational Approach.9.1 Overview.9.2 The Prepare Phase.9.3 The Model Phase.9.4 The Transform Phase.9.5 The Operate/Innovate Phase.10 Technology for Utility Computing.10.1 Overview.10.2 Virtualization.10.3 Performance Monitoring.10.4 Reporting.10.5 Automation.10.6 Chargeback Accounting.10.7 Service Level Management.10.8 Hardware.10.9 Summary.Reference.Part Three: Implications of Utility Computing.11 Cultural Implications.11.1 Overview.11.2 What to Expect, Getting Ready for Transformation.11.3 Moving From Asset Ownership to Service Level Agreements.11.4 Effective Corporate Communications.11.5 Summary.12 Developing a Successful Adoption Strategy.12.1 Overview.12.2 Types of Adoption Strategy.12.3 Choosing a Partner.12.4 The Comparison to Outsourcing.12.5 Security.12.6 Good Targets for Utility Computing Adoption.12.7 Brown Field Versus Green Field Opportunities.12.8 Using IT Consolidation as a Starting Point.12.9 Summary.13 Future Trends.13.1 Overview.13.2 Standards.13.3 Packaged Solutions.13.4 Service-Oriented Architecture.13.5 Virtualization.13.6 The End of Applications as we Know Them 13.7 Grid Computing.13.8 The Future: An Object Application Environment 13.9 Index. Delivering Utility Computing: InhaltsangabeTime and IT March on.About the Authors.Foreword.Acknowledgments.Who Should Read This Book and Why List of Figures.List of Tables.Part One: Introducing Utility Computing.1 Introduction.2 What is Utility Computing 2.1 Overview.2.2 The Changing Role of IT.2.3 Utility Computing.2.4 Return on Investment.2.5 Why Now 2.6 It is Not All or Nothing.2.7 Further Implications of Utility Computing.2.8 Summary.Reference.3 Historical Trends, or ‘ Is Utility Computing Really New ’ 3.1 Overview.3.2 Back to the Beginning.3.3 Connectivity: The Great Enabler.3.4 The Web and the Return to Utility Computing.3.5 Pay-As-You-Grow Data Processing.3.6 Utility Computing and the Industry.3.7 Summary.4 The Utility Model in Detail.4.1 Overview.4.2 The Essentials of a Utility.4.3 The Utility Model in Detail (An Analogy).4.4 Should Information Services Be any Different 4.5 Summary.5 Service Level Agreements.5.1 Overview.5.2 An Everyday Event.5.3 Defining Services and the Service Level Agreement.5.4 Creating Complex Services.5.5 Managing Services.5.6 Sharing Risk with Suppliers.5.7 Summary.Part Two: Transformational Modeling.6 Project Justification and Focus.6.1 Overview.6.2 Business Drivers and Project Justification.6.3 How to Find Where to Start.7 The Utility Computing Reference Model.7.1 Overview.7.2 The Service Layer.7.3 The Process Layer.7.4 The Organizational Layer.8 A Maturity Model for Utility Computing.8.1 Overview.8.2 The Maturity Levels in Detail.8.3 Creating a Utility Computing Scorecard.8.4 Moving Up the Maturity Model (Generic Tasks).9 A Transformational Approach.9.1 Overview.9.2 The Prepare Phase.9.3 The Model Phase.9.4 The Transform Phase.9.5 The Operate/Innovate Phase.10 Technology for Utility Computing.10.1 Overview.10.2 Virtualization.10.3 Performance Monitoring.10.4 Reporting.10.5 Automation.10.6 Chargeback Accounting.10.7 Service Level Management.10.8 Hardware.10.9 Summary.Reference.Part Three: Implications of Utility Computing.11 Cultural Implications.11.1 Overview.11.2 What to Expect, Getting Ready for Transformation.11.3 Moving From Asset Ownership to Service Level Agreements.11.4 Effective Corporate Communications.11.5 Summary.12 Developing a Successful Adoption Strategy.12.1 Overview.12.2 Types of Adoption Strategy.12.3 Choosing a Partner.12.4 The Comparison to Outsourcing.12.5 Security.12.6 Good Targets for Utility Computing Adoption.12.7 Brown Field Versus Green Field Opportunities.12.8 Using IT Consolidation as a Starting Point.12.9 Summary.13 Future Trends.13.1 Overview.13.2 Standards.13.3 Packaged Solutions.13.4 Service-Oriented Architecture.13.5 Virtualization.13.6 The End of Applications as we Know Them 13.7 Grid Computing.13.8 The Future: An Object Application Environment 13.9 Index. 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Learn how to design and deploy utility computing systems to savecosts and improve the value that IT delivers. The economic downturn that occurred after the .com boom and busthas put the cost of IT in the spotlight. By following theprinciples of utility computing, also known as on-demand computing,real-time infrastructure, or adaptive enterprise, businesses canimprove the IT services they offer, whilst reducing costs andimproving agility. Delivering Utility Computingproposes and documents a methodology for delivering utilitycomputing, and provides detailed advice on its principles andbenefits. The authors describe a complete and step-by-stepprocess for adapting to a utility computing system, based on provenmethodology. Delivering Utility Computing: * Provides a comprehensive description of the utility model,offering guidance on design, deployment and maintenance issues, anda strong section on service level agreements (SLAs). * Explains in detail how to improve efficiencies and achieve costreduction in the IT department. * Adopts a thorough approach, taking into account currentbaselines, phasing, task involved, success factors and bestpractice principles. * Presents a method rooted in theory, yet broad-based andpractical, illustrated throughout with examples and real-world casestudies. This invaluable text provides CIOs, CFOs, system administrators,IT policy makers and professionals looking to develop utilitycomputing practices in their organizations, as well as researchersin computer science, statisticians, engineers, and graduatestudents, with an in-depth understanding of the concepts andpracticalities of utility computing. Business-driven IT Optimization eBook eBooks>Fremdsprachige eBooks>Englische eBooks>Sach- & Fachthemen>Informatik, John Wiley & Sons Inc

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780470034187
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0470034181
Date de parution: 2006
Editeur: Wiley, J
370 Pages
Langue: eng/Englisch

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