Buchtitel: Trusted Cloud Computing
Verlag: Springer International Publishing
Cloud computing is hyped as a revolutionary form of information technology (IT) resource provision, attracting the attention of numerous researchers and practitioners. This hype results in a disparate collection of whitepapers that act as guidelines or best practices to counter the prevailing challenges in the domain. But the variety of cloud computing whitepapers differs substantially in its quality and relevance for specific contexts. Based on the analytic hierarchy process (AHP), we propose an evaluation model that enables readers to assess the quality and relevance of cloud computing whitepapers in order to select appropriate whitepapers that support their current needs. Furthermore, the evaluation model supports authors to create whitepapers for a specific target audience and accordingly to provide a ready-for-use taxonomy to structure adequate whitepapers. The target audience of this article are potential cloud adopters referring to the business perspective with a demand of high quality whitepapers for their own requirements.
Critical Information Infrastructures