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Top 6 cloud computing books to read in 2016


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Cloud computing is taking the technology industry by storm. The cloud is growing by 28% on average every year and was worth $110 billion in 2015. With this pace of expansion, just about every professional will interact with the cloud at some point.

So if you are looking to brush up on cloud knowledge, become an expert or simply learn more about a thriving technology sector, there are books to help you

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Top 6 cloud computing books to read in 2016

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  2. 2. Cloud Computing: From Beginning to End By Ray J. Rafaels, Published April 2015 Ray J. Rafaels writes about the technical and business aspects of the cloud. He covers the history of cloud computing, how an organization can leverage it to improve IT performance, and how cloud computing works in descriptive depth. This book provides a good balance of both technical and easy-to-understand methodology. 1 Read what Rafaels had to say when asked 
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  3. 3. Cloud Computing: A Hands-On Approach By Arshdeep Bahga and Vijay Madisetti, Published December 2013 With a perspective of real-world examples, this book, by Arshdeep Bahga and Vijay Madisetti, gives context for a better understanding of how cloud computing applies to business. Essentially a workbook, it lets readers test their knowledge. The authors wanted to build upon existing cloud textbooks, so they instead focus on helping readers develop their skills in a variety of cloud platforms. 2 Read what Bahga and Madisetti had to say when asked 
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  4. 4. 3. Cloud Computing: Concepts, Technology Architecture  4. Cloud Computing Design Patterns By Thomas Erl and a team of cloud computing experts, Published May 2013 and June 2015 These books, written by Thomas Erl and a team of cloud computing experts and researchers, are companion texts that discuss cloud infrastructure, design and practical application. These textbooks approach the subject in an academic manner, clearly defining the lessons to be gained, and are some of the leading educational sources about cloud computing..” 3+4 Read what Erl had to say when asked 
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  6. 6. Cloudonomics: The Business Value of Cloud Computing By Joe Weinman, Published July 2012 The cloud is not just a digital concept affecting IT professionals, but also an important idea being considered by business owners and other executives. From a profit point of view, the cloud can have a tremendous effect on how a business is run and what the outcomes will be. Joe Weinman wrote this book to explain how the cloud transformed from a concern in the backroom to a discussion topic in the boardroom. 5 Read what Weinman had to say when asked 
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  7. 7. Amazon Web Services for Dummies By Bernard Golden, Published September 2013 In the well-known format of presenting a topic in its most basic form comes this look at Amazon Web Services. As the most popular cloud platform, AWS should be understood by most any user. Still, author Bernard Golden walks readers through the foundations of the platform and how to make the most of its ecosystem.  As one of the best-selling books about cloud computing and AWS specifically, readers can join the thousands of users taking advantage of Amazon’s wildly successful cloud platform. 6 Read what Golden had to say when asked 
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