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By Michael ten Hompel, Jakob Rehof, Oliver Wolf

ISBN-10: 3319134035

ISBN-13: 9783319134031

This edited monograph brings jointly learn papers masking the state-of-the-art in cloud computing for logistics. The e-book comprises common enterprise item types for intralogistics in addition to uncomplicated equipment for logistics company technique layout. It additionally provides a common template for logistics functions from the cloud. the objective viewers essentially contains researchers and specialists within the box, however the ebook can be worthy for graduate students.

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Qualitative interviews were used to examine closely the potential of this concept and any barriers to it. The results of this analysis allow conclusions to be drawn about the future development in the logistics and IT industry. 1 Introduction Cloud computing is now a reality. After the initial furore and cautious hesitation, the technology was able to hold its ground in the market and is now widely in use. Various sectors of the industry have recognized the advantage of distributed computing power and have put it to use in their respective areas of business.

4 Logistics Mall (Stage 1) To enable a fast time-to-market the Logistics Mall is developed in steps. In the first step the Logistics mall offers logistics IT applications applying the “Software-as-aservice” paradigm (Fig. 1). Customers book one or more applications in the Logistics Mall Marketplace (MMP) and get access to the booked applications through their Customer Access Framework (CAF). In the following we have a brief look at the logical architecture SaaS Provider SaaS Provider SaaS Provider SaaS Provider SaaS Provider SaaS Provider Customer Customer Logistics Mall Public Cloud Fig.

Holtkamp (&) Fraunhofer Institute for Software and Systems Engineering ISST, Emil-Figge-Str. de © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2015 M. ten Hompel et al. 1007/978-3-319-13404-8_4 45 46 B. Holtkamp Logata is a key partner of the Fraunhofer innovation cluster “Cloud Computing for Logistics” that develops the Logistics Mall. Logata is the provider and operator of the Logistics Mall as a public cloud solution. Low margins and growing competition in the logistics market on the one hand and Logata’s position as an SME on the other hand require a low cost solution.

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