Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing is a delivery model of computing services over the internet. It enables real-time development, deployment and delivery of a broad range of products, services, and solutions. It is built around a series of hardware and software that can be remotely accessed through any web browser. Generally, documents and programming are shared and dealt with by numerous clients and all information is remotely brought together as opposed to being put away on clients' hard drives.

  • Core Cloud Services
  • Cloud Technologies
  • On-Demand Computing Models
  • Client-Cloud Computing Challenges

Cloud Computing has 3 service categories:

  • SaaS (Software as a service)
  • PaaS (Platform as a service)
  • IaaS (Infrastructure as a service)

There are a few Pros of Cloud Computing:

  • Scale and cost
  • Choice and Agility
  • Encapsulated Change Management
  • Nest Generation Architectures

Few Cons of Cloud Computing are as given below:

  • Lock-in to service
  • Security (Hacking)
  • Lack of Control and Ownership
  • Reliability

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