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Cloud Computing: A Survey

Journal: International Journal of Computer Science and Mobile Computing - IJCSMC (Vol.11, No. 11)

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Page : 159-164

Keywords : Cloud Computing; Data Lock-in; Green IT; Grid Computing; Utility Computing; Virtualization;

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Cloud computing is not a brand-new technology, but it is one of the newest technologies available today because of how much it has changed how data and services are managed. In order to function properly, cloud technology must be scalable, adaptable, extensible, and manageable in order to satisfy the objectives of enterprises. The major change in the computing environment that cloud computing has brought about is the relocation of the data center off-site to a third party and the decision to purchase services rather than directly manage on-site applications. By using it, businesses can save operational costs and concentrate on their core competencies rather than worrying about various IT challenges. Furthermore, the cloud offers genuine portability by making it possible to access programmers and files from any location in the globe using only inexpensive technology and the internet. This paper provides a concise overview of cloud computing by outlining its development, history, definition, and deployment models.

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