Design Considerations for a Corporate Cloud Service Catalog

Design Considerations for a Corporate Cloud Service Catalog

R. Todd Stephens (AT&T, USA)
Copyright: © 2015 |Pages: 18
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-8339-6.ch003
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Abstract

This chapter will focus on building an end user service cloud catalog which will bridge the gap from the design requirements to the technology delivery organization. Once in the hands of IT, a more traditional service catalog can be used to leverage the service orchestration and delivery components. The author examines designing, building, and reviewing the impact of a more end user focused service catalog. Success will be measured by reviewing the business metrics in order to show the criticality of great design techniques and using familiar models like e-commerce.
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Background Information

The background section is going to take a look at several different areas of the technology spectrum as they relate to this research chapter. We will begin by taking a look at basics of cloud computing and the impact this technology is having on the businesses. Next, the chapter will review a few of the usability frameworks and design considerations that can impact the utility of the application itself. Finally, we will review the traditional cloud service registry and the basic functional requirements needed by large organizations.

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