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Multi-source Information Service Process Management in Cloud Computing Environment

Author(s): Wenjuan Fan | Shanlin Yang

Journal: International Journal of Cloud Computing and Services Science (IJ-CLOSER)
ISSN 2089-3337

Volume: 1;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 17;
Date: 2012;
Original page

During the past few decades, a large extension in the  delivery  and  process  capability  of  network resources  have  evoked  the  demand  of  high available,  reliable,  security,  customized, networked and toward Multi-Source Information Service(MSIS). Accordingly,  Cloud  Computing has  been  one  of  the  research  hotspots  in computer science and network engineering area, which  is  a  revolution  of  computing  paradigm whereby  all  the  resources  in  the  network  as  a huge resource pool are delivered as integrated and on-demand services in the form of, i.e. CaaS, MaaS,  SaaS,  PaaS,  IaaS,  etc.  Besides,  the services  provided  in  Cloud  Computing  are largely  oriented  to  the  requirement  of information  services  today.  Thus,  Cloud Computing  provides  an  opportunity  of development  and  environment  for  new  service pattern of MSIS. This purpose of this article is to put  forward  some  issues  associated with Cloud Computing  and  the  nature  part  of  the  relation between  MSIS  and  Cloud  Computing,  and  to propose  a  novel  view  of  information  service concept  that  is  characterized  by multi-source  in the  service  process  model  and  service management, which combines the top-down and bottom-up process approaches into an integrated one  by  using  an  information  exchange  platform provided by the cloud.
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