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Saturday, 23 November 2013

Cloud computing services or what is cloud computing means?

The basic idea of the cloud is always the same. It is a form of technology that allows enterprises, and small business alike,  to run applications that are housed away from the enterprises itself. In spite of this shared basic definition, however, there are several different types of cloud computing.

Web Based Cloud Computing. With this type of cloud computing, companies can use the functionality offered by a web service, and they do not have to develop a full application for their needs.

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). With IaaS, organizations have access to the unlimited storage potential of the cloud. They can grow and shirk their storage space as needed. This means that they do not have to worry about having dedicated servers on site. It also means that they can weather increased use of their sites or applications as needed.

Software as a Service (SaaS). This type of cloud computing is also referred to as software on demand. It can be used my many different people for a variety of functions. A popular example of SaaS is Google docs. SaaS allows people to access the functionality of a particular software without worrying about storage or other issues.

Platform as a Service (PaaS). With platform as a service, organizations can run their own software without having to worry about maintaining hard drives and servers. Instead, they can run their own applications on the cloud service’s platform.

Utility Services. This is ideal for companies who need to store a lot of data. With this type of cloud computing, companies can store all of their data remotely, and they can even create a virtual data centre.

Managed Services. Managed services are not applications that are used by the members of an organization. Instead, these are applications that are utilized by the cloud provider. Perhaps the most obvious example of a managed service is an anti-spam service.

Service Commerce. A perfect blend of Software as a Service and Managed Services, Service Commerce creates a hub of applications that can be used by an organization’s members or a company’s employees. With service commerce, organizations can set up the applications that they need along with the support that they desire.

The many different types of cloud computing mean that enterprises can easily find what they need to support their growth and potential.

The main cloud service providers are : Microsoft, Amazon, Softlayer, Scibero, HP , google etc.


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