CLOUD COMPUTING

Cloud computing is a new technology which is introduced recently to store data, information of people around the world and even various handy applications over internet and remote servers. People do not have to install several software or access their files individually. Everything is done by this technology. What’s the advantage?... much more efficient and reliable computing due to centralized storage, memory, processing and bandwidth. Users can now access various tools and applications using web browser as if they are installed on their own system. For example, for using a pencil, you don t need to own an entire tree. !ll these email sites li"e gmail, yahoo etc. are based on cloud computing. #e share so many photos, videos and lin"s all over internet. $e it Faceboo", or"ut, twitter etc. !ll this is nothing but a part of cloud computing. %eneral trend shows that within a decade the ma&ority of personal and business computing will be 'nternet based. HISTORY 't all started in late () s when *ohn +cCarthy gave an idea that, why not publicize internet computing,-- .ne person said, /ya why not,0. !nother said, /1ure we can0. 2ence we got cloud computing. 2owever the term /cloud0 is first coined while having a conversation is some telecommunication company, who previously offered P3P 4point to

.phones etc.000 jobs by rebranding itself a world leader in "cloud computing".PP*I).-I/. Ex. 6he cloud symbol was used which mar"s a boundary around provider and consumer including servers and networ" infrastructure. They come under SaaS (software as a Service). One good thing about these auto software is that . )*I+. Once you are wired. said "the cloud" could be worth 9. 'n :.5 billion euro to the economy by 2 !" # $ow %oes It &or'( Cloud computing consists of several layers. managing director of Microsoft Ireland.point5 data circuits. 6hey started offering 7P8 47irtual Private 8etwor"5 service at lower price and better 9uality. they deliver software as a service over internet. a scholar used a term =cloud computing in a lecture by >amnath Chellappa. !mazone played an important role in cloud computing. . $y doing that. As the name suggest. 6hey are specially designed to perform cloud based services. Paul Rellis.1. Industry c iefs also claim public sector costs could be slas ed by s ifting systems on to t e new tec nology.<. $rowser.. [Quick Facts : Ireland could create 20. it is possible to share services and data within any one of the following layers.- 't consists of hardware or software necessary to perform Cloud computing. They truncate any need of any software to be installed individually. they can now utilize entire bandwidth more efficiently.

companies are en&oying some serious c st "educt# n.0R. The Outc !e $y running business applications over internet servers. *apan.-0/RM Paa14Platform as a 1ervice5 serves as a platform for deploying applications without the need to spend for any hardware or software I. space or networ" e9uipment. companies are able to run applications much ! "e e$$#c#ent%& due to much more advanced hardware used in these servers as compared to their own machine. 8o maintenance costs. clients instead buy those resources as a fully outsourced service. Poland. including very high speed processors.there is no need to worry about their updation or upgradation. 8o licensing costs and no cost of the hardware re9uired to run servers on?site. 1+R3+R 6he servers layer consists of computer hardware and software that are specifically designed for the cloud services. !verything is handled online. Cloud will prove to be popular in countries where s $t'a"e (#"ac& has proven to be an issue.1-R2)-2R+ !lso "nown as 'aa14'nfrastructure as a 1ervice5 provides a virtual environment for the platform as a service. 6he cloud vendors initially started with 8orth !merica and followed the European mar"et. Furthermore. and 'ndia are believed to see an enormous amount of popularity. software. China. P*. 't is now li"ely to expand in !sia and @atin !merica. Cloud computing is also more env#" n!enta%%& $"#end%& as it removes the need for high?power PCs and laptops. cloud?specific operating systems and other powerful and robust hardware to perform instant execution of services. 1uppliers bill such services and amount of resources consumed 4and therefore the cost5 will typically reflect the level of activity. @ow?power computers having . >ather than purchasing servers. 1ome regions such as $razil.

processors such as 'ntelAs !tom are sufficient to run cloud applications. 1o go ahead and chec" out some cool and awesome cloud apps to get a much better view of the power of cloud computing. a phone or robot with access to cloud resources including video feeds from other nearby cameras will be in a far better position to usefully ma"e sense of the world around it. !long with augmented reality. +a"e a carrier in cloud computing as this is the future of technology. . 6his is where real?time cloud data is overlaid on the camera of a smartphone or other mobile device. users of the /@ayar0 augmented reality browser can now see photos and tweets of 6witter users in their area. 'n few years we can clearly notice the world shifting towards =cloud computing unless of course 3):3 is not the end of the world. are enabling the rise of aug!ented "ea%#t&. Programming a mobile phone or a robot to recognize everything is very difficult if one relies on internal data and processing power. 2owever. Perhaps most notable achievement when it comes to next generation applications. For example. or dancing pizzas showing them where they might li"e to eat. the development of a"t#$#c#a% #nte%%#gence is li"ely to be a very strong outcome for the mass adoption of cloud computing. 6heir use will cut user s energy bills much as eighty percent.