Concept of Cloud Computing in ESB

Concept of Cloud Computing in ESB

Mayank Bhushan (ABES Engineering College, India) and Ankit Yadav (ABES Engineering College, India)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-5225-2157-0.ch008
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Abstract

Cloud computing is evolving as a very important IT service platform with Its advantages of cost effectiveness and international access. To become a wide adopted IT infrastructure and service platform, cloud computing should be integrated with different systems in organizations. In academia, there's terribly restricted study of cloud computing integration. In follow, the industry lacks a comprehensive systems integration design or tools that may integrate any system universally. Built upon Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) as an integration backbone, this text proposes a universal integration design. With this design, any system or service (e.g., ERP and cloud computing) will simply be integrated through the ESB without needing software system renovation. so as to completely support the enterprise-level business operations during a heterogeneous computing setting, this design conjointly introduces a rule-based business method management (BPM) engine to contour business method management across disparate systems.
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Introduction

Cloud computing (is also called utility computing) mainly refers to an IT service model and platform which provides services over the Internet. So many definitions are there for cloud computing. But the National Institute of Standards and Technology, an Institution recommended a very standard definition which is considered as the most accurate definition. According to the definition given by NIST, The cloud computing can be defined as the combination of five essential characteristics, three service models & four models for deployments. The five characteristics areas are as below:

  • The On-demand self-service,

  • Access to Broad Network,

  • Pooling of Resources, and

  • Rapid elasticity,

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