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Cloud Security Alliance issues new guidelines
The Cloud Security Alliance published the second edition of its guidelines for secure cloud computing on Thursday, delivering a voluminous document (PDF) that sets out an architectural framework and makes a host of recommendations around cloud security.
It also seeks to provide a firm definition on cloud computing, which has been the subject of much hype in recent years. According to the CSA, cloud computing environments feature on-demand, self-service consumption; allow broad access via networks; draw from a pool of shared computing resources; can be quickly scaled up or down depending on demand; and involve some type of metering to track usage.
Cloud Security Alliance issues new guidelines | Cloud Computing - InfoWorld
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