The previous section outlined the cloud security operational principles that should apply to all operational activities. This section examines the key attributes that characterize cloud architectures: resource pooling, broad network access, on-demand self-service, rapid elasticity, and measured services.
For each of these attributes, this section:
This paper outlines the new and different security challenges that you should address when you are planning and executing your operational procedures in a private cloud infrastructure. It examines the essential attributes of cloud architectures (resource pooling, broad network access, on-demand self-service, rapid elasticity, and measured services), and identifies for each of these attributes the potential impact it has on the operational security of your private cloud.
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