Cloud – The technology of distributed data processing in which some scalable information resources and capacities are provided as a service to multiple external customers through Internet technology.
Cloud computing basics concept includes all of the following concepts:
IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) – A computer infrastructure, typically presented in the form of virtualization. Is a service within the concept of cloud hosting.
PaaS (Platform as a Service) – An integrated platform for the development, deployment, testing, and support of web-applications. Presented as a service on the basis of the concept of cloud hosting.
SaaS (Software as a service) – This is the business model of the software license, which involves the development and support of the software vendor. Customers also have the opportunity of paid use of it, usually through the Internet.
DaaS (Desktop as a Service) – Another business model license the software, which is a slightly improved model of SaaS, mostly involving the use of multiple services at the same time necessary to complete the work. Was first introduced in the early 2000s.
In addition to the above within the concept of cloud hosting technology, there are also common notions of Data as a service and Everything as a service respectively. Both concepts show that, through the World Wide Web using Cloud Hosting, can meet any requirements in the processing of information. This is the main advantage of cloud computing hosting in IT-based business solutions.
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