Connecting to the Cloud, Part 3, Cloud governance and security

Secure the HybridCloud application

From the developerWorks archives

Mark O'Neill

Date archived: December 6, 2016 | First published: June 16, 2009

In the third and final part of this three-part series on building a hybrid cloud application, examine governance and security for cloud computing. Build on the example of the HybridCloud application from Part 2 by examining how to add access control policies to its use of Amazon Simple Queue Service (SQS). Look in detail at how the HybridCloud application authenticates itself to cloud services and how to add a log audit trail to Amazon's S3 (Simple Storage Service). Lastly, see how Google Apps uses OAuth and how Force.com cloud services require built-in testing to avoid inadvertent Denial-of-Service (DoS) attacks.

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