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Microsoft Download Manager is free and available for download now. Back Next This guide contains twenty-four design patterns and ten related guidance topics that articulate the benefits of applying patterns by showing how each piece can fit into the big picture of cloud application architectures.
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There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. William P Ross Top Contributor: Hardcover Verified download. This book was extremely challenging to give a rating to. I've never really seen a book like this which is a purely architectural book. There is zero code in this book, and no mentions of any vendors such as site or Azure.
It is very high level and if you are looking for high level explanations only then this will be the perfect book. On one hand there are lots of useful explanations and diagrams throughout the book which show cloud computing architectures. While the diagrams start simple, the writing assumes you are involved in Cloud Computing as there are many acronyms which the reader is assumed to know.
I had to look up some of them on Wikipedia. There is a glossary in Appendix A to help though.
Each design pattern follows a specific explanation pattern which consists of: Problem, Solution, Application, and Mechanisms. Some patterns just cover 1 or 2 pages while some take up to 10 pages. A lot of times many of the patterns sounded similar with slight modifications to the diagrams. The sections were well designed to keep patterns in the proper categories. I was wondering if the authors modeled this book off the original Design Patterns book by the "Gang of Four".
What made that book great was the authors showed the design patterns but they also showed the languages and code examples. In Cloud Computing Design Patterns I get the sense the authors played it safe; never mentioning a vendor and never describing the insides of any component. At the end of the book I got the high level view, but I wanted more details on certain components. The main reason I am giving 4 stars instead of 5 is I felt this book catered too much to the certification crowd, and it reads too much like a textbook.
I would have preferred freestyle writing as opposed to putting every single pattern into the same boxed description. This book was a complete disappointment, given some other reviews and the book ads themselves. It turned out to be a series of returning lists of basic facts, definitions and simple illustrations of step-by-step use cases and scenarios, everything treated in a very superficial fashion. Not really worth the time it took to browse over it.
The destiny of any "Design Patterns" book is to be compared with the one written by GoF. And "Cloud Computing Design Patterns" lost this comparison. After reading this book you wouldn't have any intellectual insights, you wouldn't try applying these patterns everywhere whether it's necessary or not.
The book is too dry. Perhaps because it was created as result of Cloud Certified Professional courses.
It's not really inspiring description but please consider that this book is still very good introduction into Cloud technics and terminology. Considering that Clouds are still developing area of IT there are many people who will find this book useful starting point.
Especially non-technical IT professionals, i. So why 3 stars?