Efficiency of Cloud-Based Application Services - Parts I and II only
- Bauer E.
Organizations deploy their applications on cloud computing to both deliver new services and value faster to their customers, and to improve their operational efficiency. This monograph develops a dynamic, time-driven, activity-based cost model of service production for cloud-based applications. To drive improvement in operational efficiency, this monograph develops a model to identify, measure, interpret and presents service production costs for cloud-based applications to methodically drive improvement in their bottom line performance. This dynamic, time-driven, activity-based cost model can be used to both analyze historical performance and to predict feasible and likely future performance.