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Research and Markets: Cloud Programming Trends 2014 Trends

Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/skpbtx/cloud_programming) has announced the addition of the "Cloud Programming Trends" report to their offering.

The report envisages that cloud computing is basically not an innovation in the programming model various criteria applicable for other technologies are suitable for the cloud technology as well.

"Cloud programming architecture offers extensive solutions enabling users to access personal data from anywhere in the world. Cloud computing potentially enables democratization of computing to provide enterprise level infrastructure to small-scale and medium-scale enterprises, and virtualization to enhance computing efficiency."

The report illustrates about the various models in cloud programming as well as the key elements involved in the development of the technology. In addition, various services and products from leading players such as Amazon, CloudNine, GoGrid, and Microsoft also find a mention in the report.

Key Topics Covered

1. CLOUD PROGRAMMING - A FOCUS REPORT

Industry Overview

Prelude

Cloud Programming Architecture - Extending Convenience to Users

Cloud Amuses Developers

Advantages with Cloud Programming

Cloud Providers Seek to Leverage Multi-Tenancy Principle

The Debate on Data Distribution

Programmers Focus on Redefining Languages

2. PRODUCT OVERVIEW

Introduction

Cloud Programming Models

Composite Applications

Service Oriented Architecture - A Major Element in the Programming Model

Model Options for the User

Back-End and Front-End - The Key Elements in the Development

The Back-End

The Logic Tier

The Database Tier

MapReduce on the Hadoop - The Application Writing Tool

The Infrastructure Tier

DevOps - An Efficient Means of Program Development in the Back-End

The Front-End

3. SELECT SERVICES/PRODUCTS FROM LEADING PLAYERS

Amazon Web Services

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud

Amazon Elastic Block Store

EBS-Optimized Instances

Amazon Virtual Private Cloud

Amazon CloudWatch

Elastic Load Balancing

High I/O Instances

VM Import/Export

Microsoft

Windows Azure

Azure Software as a Service (SaaS)

4. NOTEWORTHY MARKET PARTICIPANTS

5. APPENDIX

For more information visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/skpbtx/cloud_programming

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