Cloud Computing and its Challenges. Learn from the leaders
21st century has been a period of extraordinary growth in IT services where cloud computing finds a significant part. Gone are the days when you would have to carry physical data storage devices to places of your work with the fear of getting it lost or crumbled.
Welcome to the advent of Cloud Computing, an easy-to-access and process data on-demand in your network globally, of course, security finds it priority.
Cloud Computing and storage facilitation provides users and enterprises with the ability to store and process their data in an either privately owned data centres that may be located far from the user ranging in distance from across a city to across the world.
How does my company benefit?
- Expand your technology or resources in a whip and do not worry about the infrastructure at all.
- Cloud Computing brings you the agility in business or resource expansion right when you demand.
- Your capital expenditures become operational expenditures.
- Most of the cloud computing services providers have the pay-as-you-go method of charging for their services and you needn’t pay for infrequent services.
- Be independent of device and location by getting to access and process your data literally from anywhere with any of your compatible devices.
- Have hassle free maintenance without having to do it from each node of your network.
- Feel secure with centralized management of data and increased security focused resources from the cloud computing service providers.
Cloud Computing is put to use in three service models:
Software as a Service (SaaS):The applications could be accessed from various client devices through either the client’s interface, such as a web browser or a program interface.
Platform as a Service (PaaS): The consumer does not manage or control the underlying cloud platform including network, servers or operating systems but has their own span of control over the deployed applications for the application-hosting environment.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS): The user does not process or control the cloud infrastructure beneath but has control over operating systems, storage, and deployed applications.
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