Chapter1. Why This Book?.
Chapter2. Why the Cloud?.
Chapter3. From the beginning to the future.
Chapter4. Show me the money.
Chapter5. Tools in the Cloud.
Chapter6. Experiments in the Cloud.
Chapter7. Serverless Experiments in the Cloud.
Chapter8. Ethical and Legal Considerations of Cloud Computing.
Chapter9. You Are Outdated, We Are Already Updating this Book.
Dr Juan Antonio Anel is Associate Professor in the Environmental Physics Laboratory at the Universidade de Vigo, in Ourense. Affiliate in Economics and Energy, Secretary/Treasurer of the Atmosphere and Ocean Physics Group of the Spanish Royal Physics Society, Section Editor for PLoS ONE, and member of the editorial board of "Geoscientific Model Development". Also, he is a member of the GNU Project and former Scientific Coordinator of ClimatePrediciton.net at the University of Oxford. Diego Perez Montes is a Doctoral Researcher in the Environmental Physics Laboratory at Universidade de Vigo in Ourense. His research topic is the development and combination of distributed and cloud computing for geoscientific modelling. Outside the academia, he is currently Principal Engineer at Nitro Software (previously, he was Staff Engineer at Etsy and Systems Developer at Amazon) where his expertise is in Computing and Large Scale Information Technology Infrastructures and Systems Architecting. Dr Javier Rodeiro-Iglesias is Associate Professor in the School of Computer Sciences Engineering, as well as the Director of the Center of Research, Transfer and Innovation, and Director of Infrastructures at the Universidade de Vigo. His areas of expertise include user interface design, human-computer interaction, record linkage, environmental modelling and simulation, sensors and information security.