By Michael ten Hompel, Jakob Rehof, Oliver Wolf
This edited monograph brings jointly examine papers protecting the state-of-the-art in cloud computing for logistics. The publication comprises normal enterprise item types for intralogistics in addition to ordinary equipment for logistics company approach layout. It additionally provides a basic template for logistics purposes from the cloud. the objective viewers basically includes researchers and specialists within the box, however the booklet may also be priceless for graduate students.
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3 Design and Implementation Decisions Security and maintenance aspects were driving forces of the following design and implementation decisions. Security is a big issue anyway regarding the acceptance of cloud computing, especially in Germany. Motivating companies to use business critical applications in the cloud implies the adoption of adequate security measures. Providing a company exclusive environment is an adequate measure. Vendor lock-in is another issue that prevents companies from migrating their applications into the cloud of a particular cloud service provider.
B. Wolf and J. 20 9 Users of Cloud Computing The number of cloud users has increased: In 2011, 28 % of companies were beneﬁtting from the cloud while this number rose to 37 % in 2012. 22 The cloud seems to have established itself in mediumsized companies as well: According to the “IT Cloud Index Q4/2012”, one quarter of all medium-size German companies were using Saas, laaS, and/or PaaS solutions by the end of 2012. 23 Small and medium-size companies beneﬁt the most from the cloud: They are the ones who need custom cost—effective solutions but most companies do not have the budget to invest in numerous applications.
The opportunity to tap into new customer groups and save costs 8 Kempf . International Data Corporation (IDC): Quantitative Estimates of the Demand for Cloud Computing in Europe and the Likely Barriers to Up-take, p. 9 . 10 KPMG AG, BITKOM & PAC: Cloud-Monitor 2013, p. 7 . , p. 8. -B. Wolf and J. Rahn (hardware and personnel) also plays an important role. The main concerns are no longer with data protection but with the loss of data. 12 6 Public Perception Cloud computing still has a perception problem: According to a recent study from CSC, a global provider of IT services, 70 % of Germans are worried about their cloud data.
Cloud Computing for Logistics by Michael ten Hompel, Jakob Rehof, Oliver Wolf