Abstract - Cloud computing is architecture for providing computing service via the internet on demand and pay per user access to a pool of shared resources namely networks, storage, servers, services and applications, without physically acquiring them. So it saves managing cost and time for organizations. Cloud security is becoming a key differentiator and competitive edge between cloud providers.
Internetworks, or the Internet, allow for the remote supplying of IT resources to the people and are directly helpful in network access in far and wide. Cloud consumers can access the cloud using only private and dedicated network links in LANs, although most clouds are Internet-enabled. The Cloud platforms generally grows in parallel with improvement in Internet connectivity and service quality, which leads to its potentiality.
International Journal of Cloud Computing: Peer-reviewed open access journal, it publishes research crossing all aspects of Cloud Computing. Basically centered around center components, including Cloud applications, Cloud systems and the advances that will prompt the Clouds without bounds, the journal will likewise show review and survey papers that present new bits of knowledge and establish the frameworks for encouraging exploratory and experimental work. The journal disseminates research that imparts progressed hypothetical establishing and functional application of Clouds and related systems, as empowered by mixes of web-based programming, advancement stacks and database availability and virtualized equipment for storing, handling, analysis and visualizing data. A scope will look at Clouds nearby such different standards as Peer to Peer (P2P) figuring, Cluster processing and Grid registering. Scope reaches out to issues of administration, governance, trust and
The focus of cloud computing is providing with scalable and a cheap on-demand computing infrastructure with a good quality of service levels. The process of the cloud computing involves a set of network enabled services that can be accessed in a simple and general way. Cloud computing provides with a unique value proposition for any organization to outsource their information and communication technology infrastructure. Moreover, the concept itself provides with a value proposition for an organization as using the cloud saves on cost, resources, and staff, and business opportunities for the organization (Katzan). An extensive connectivity of
Within the past 10 years our societies technological advantages have been somewhat space age like, even alien like characteristics. Technologies, which ten years ago only existed in our dreams but yet, have become reality. Things like, the revolutionary iPhone and its almost seamless touch-screen tech; as well as the new advancements in our cultures most prized possession, The Internet. In this subject-based paper, I will take a closer look into a fairly new emerging technology, which is simply referred to as…Cloud Technology. The synopsis will cover, what and how cloud technology works, its
Cloud computing offers services to users based on on-demand self-service, broad network access, measured service, resource pooling and rapid elasticity; These characteristics promise a faster time for implementation, lower cost, superior scalability and a better end user satisfaction. These services are delivered in models known as Software As A service (SaaS), Platform As A Service (PAAS), and Infrastructure As A Service (IAAS). The first layer which is the Software As A service (SaaS) is the layer in which software applications are delivered to end users. Below is the Platform As A Service (PAAS) layer which offers a platform on which applications can be developed. The lowest layer is the Infrastructure As A Service (IAAS) layer, in this layer the physical servers and network infrastructure is offered as a service. These services can be deployed throughout the internet (Public Cloud Computing), on the intranet infrastructure, (Private Cloud Computing), in a shared community of private networks (Community Cloud Computing), or a hybrid of both (Hybrid Cloud Computing). The service deployment models are :
“Cloud” computing is the fanciest buzzword in the computer industry, currently surpassing the last big term “web 2.0”. Every big player in the computer industry launched a cloud service last year. Notable examples are iCloud by Apple, (Apple 2012) or Microsoft Cloud Services (Microsoft 2011), copying various innovators like Google or Dropbox, who offer similar services since much longer. The latter is the most successful
Cloud computing is an emerging model where users can gain access to their applications from anywhere through their connected devices. A simplified user interface makes the infrastructure supporting the applications transparent to users. The applications reside in massively-scalable data centers where compute resources can be dynamically provisioned and shared to achieve significant economies of scale. A strong service management platform results in near-zero incremental management costs when more IT resources are added to the cloud. The proliferation of smart mobile devices, high speed wireless connectivity, and rich browser-based Web 2.0 interfaces has made the network-based cloud computing model not only practical but
Cloud computing is able to offer a distinct advantage to companies willing to move into this growing arena. This is not without its drawbacks. Even in the definition of Cloud Computing by the National Institute of Standards and Technology, (NIST) clear advantages exist. The definition includes the following terms: on demand self-service, ubiquitous network access, location independent resource pooling, rapid elasticity and measured service.
Widespread usage of could computing is made possible via the internet. It is the most common way to have access to cloud computing resources. However, there are many people who are not familiar with terminology and concepts. Therefore, they often need to be clarified. The news media representation of cloud computing can be vague or it might not be necessarily fully captured the extend of what cloud computing entails or represents. Cloud users are not familiar with characteristics, models, and services. Therefore, this following section of the research paper introduces layers and types of clouds, exploring the characteristics, service models, and deployment models in use today (“Cloud Computing for Business”, n.d.).
to note here is the fact that these services are provided over a network. Hence, typical
The ever-changing demands and innovations keep on bringing new changes in information technology. Currently, cloud computing is considered as the most critical application to Web 2.0 which has revolutionized content sharing platforms. Web 2.0 is characterized by higher user interactivity, enhanced communication channels, and more pervasive network connectivity (Fuchs et al., 2013). On the other hand, cloud computing refers to technology model for enabling ubiquitous access to computing services such as a database, storage, and servers over the internet, also known as the cloud (Mathkunti, 2014).
The first source will be entirely related to the definitions of the terms associated to cloud computing, including The Cloud itself. There are a plethora of terms
Abstract - Infrastructure as a service refers to the capacity gave to the purchaser as to procurement preparing, capacity, systems, and other major figuring assets where the buyer can convey and run discretionary programming. In today’s cloud however, the control provided to the end user is very limited. It does not extend full administrative capability like controlling network flows and configuring the network. Therefore, it becomes imperative that there has to be an architecture that provides a certain amount of control to the end-user for modification of network flows. In this project, it is our effort to bring out the various aspects of Software defined networking for providing infrastructure as a service compared to today’s cloud
Cloud computing is already at the center of new data center evolution because large amounts of information can be stored in cloud. It is actually estimated that 1/3 of all data will go through cloud by 2020. This will lead to a rise in global cloud revenues as well as the amount of money firms spend on cloud computing and innovation. The development will also see many organizations come up with ways to enhance cloud infrastructure to enhance compute density, ultra-low latency and power density. The most common networking attributes of cloud include; low latency, programmable management, scalable, Open APIs and Self-healing resilience. Cloud networking scaling is achieved using topologies from wide ranging nodes that provide non-resistive fabric