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Intel® Cloud Builder Guide: Cloud Design and Deployment on Intel® Platforms with Novell* Cloud Manager

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Java application development in the cloud

With all the hype surrounding cloud computing, everyone is eager to see how the cloud "revolution" will play out. And while a "paradigm shift" might be interesting for analysts and theorists, day-to-day IT professionals need to know how the cloud changes day-to-day IT.

In this expert handbook, see how the advent of cloud computing is affecting Java application development. Learn about the specific ways in which Java development is moving into the cloud, how cloud security is evolving, and what to expect in the near future from Java in the cloud.

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