Multi-Source Information Service (MSIS) Process Management In Cloud Computing Environment

Wenjuan Fan, Shanlin Yang


During the past few decades, a large extension in the delivery and process capability  of  network resources have evoked the demand of high available, reliable, security, customized, networked and toward Multi-Source Information Service (MSIS).  Accordingly,  Cloud  Computing has been one of the research hotspots in computer science and network engineering area, which  is a revolution of computing  paradigm whereby  all  the  resources  in  the  network as a huge  resource  pool  are  delivered  as  integrated and on-demand services in the form of, i.e. CaaS, MaaS, SaaS, PaaS, IaaS, etc. Besides, the services   provided   in Cloud Computing are largely oriented to the requirement of information services today. Thus, Cloud Computing provides an opportunity of development  and  environment  for  new  service pattern of MSIS. This purpose of this article is to put  forward  some  issues  associated  with  Cloud Computing  and  the  nature  part  of  the  relation between  MSIS  and  Cloud  Computing,  and  to propose  a  novel  view  of  information  service concept  that is characterized  by  multi-source in the service process model and service management, which combines the top-down and bottom-up process approaches into an integrated  one  by  using  an information  exchange  platform provided by the cloud.

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