Tag Archives: Cloud based service provider

Advantages of Public Cloud & Private Cloud

Today almost all us know the importance of cloud computing. Whether you use public, hybrid, virtual private or private cloud you are always benefitted with the scalability, instant provisioning, virtualized resources and ability to expand the server base quickly. Public cloud is what most people refer to when they say “cloud computing.” It refers to… Read More »

 

Cloud computing: A broader perspective!

Cloud computing In my last blog, we saw various definitions of Cloud computing, along with conclusive definition as per me. This content will give you a broader perspective of Cloud computing. Cloud computing as briefed is a computing paradigm with virtual network of remote servers allowing users to store, process and access data; providing on-demand… Read More »

 

What are the main differences between the shared cloud and a private cloud?

The shared cloud is designed to provide individuals and small businesses that have fairly simple requirements with an affordable way in which they can enter the cloud. With the shared cloud you can specify the resources of your individual virtual machines so that each VM is designed to meet its usage precisely; the eNlight platform… Read More »

 

And cloud computing

And cloud computing as described in a word, “the other side of the cloud world (at the side of the Internet) using the huge processing facility provided. Generic term for technologies that is, Cloud computing is classified into three types. SaaS : A service that provides software servicesPaaS : A service that provides a platformIaaS… Read More »

 

Cloud Computing with Android

Clouds consist of a huge amount of particles of water vapor, reaching hundreds of millions. Clouds do not have central control and basically go where the wind blows. With this perspective, the large number of client computers and servers on the Internet along with many different purposes and entities that direct control of its progress… Read More »