Build proactive threshold policies on the cloud
Discover the impact of purpose, scope, background, consumer control, actions, and constraints
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Date archived: November 29, 2016 | First published: May 30, 2011
Often businesses and agencies implement technical, organizational, and business policies to ensure that users comply with the terms in the policy; in other words, to inform cloud computing service consumers and providers what they should do. This is the purpose of a carefully crafted threshold policy — too often, this level of policy does not exist. In this article, the author explains how to craft the policies with examples; follow these templates on purpose, scope, background, consumer control, actions, and constraints to learn to craft resource, user, and data request threshold policies for the cloud.
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