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What is cloud computing in simple term

Cloud based computing is generally regarded as internet based uses but the concept regarding it is in a dynamic state which is constantly evolving. Simply put, cloud computing is the distribution of computing services over the Internet. Cloud computing means storing and accessing data programs, services by using the Internet instead of using ones computer's hard drive. It is an Internet-based computing system which offers shared processing resources and data to computers and other devices through internet on demand.Cloud is not just a latest term for the Internet although the Internet is the necessary foundation for the cloud but cloud is something more than the Internet. This technology permits for much more efficient computing by utilizing and centralizing data storage, processing and bandwidth.
There are different types of clouds:
vPublic Cloud - public cloud can be accessed by any subscriber via internet connection
vPrivate Cloud - private cloud is established for a specific grou…

UBUNTU CLOUD COMPUTING

UBUNTU CLOUD COMPUTING Microsoft is one of the most renowned company which has a moto to  set an avid goal of pushing Windows 10 to 1 billion devices. But coming to face the reality the one and only OS that is reaching new heights  in the cloud, desktop, mobile, and IoT segment is Ubuntu. Now coming to what Ubuntu is it is basically a Debian-based open source OS has been on a roll ever since IaaS has become predominant  to run server workloads in the cloud. Counting from AWS to OpenStack, Ubuntu is most preferred and affordable OS by system administrators and DevOps professionals. Ubuntu Server is the world’s most well known and famous cloud operating system which is also known as the leading cloud guest OS, running most  workloads and data base in public clouds currently , thanks to its promise of providing it’s costumers with security, versatility and policy of legitimate updates. Along with that it ensures certified images available on clouds from partners like AWS, Microsoft Azure, …

top cloud providers

With IT budgets flat lining and CIOs feeling the pressure to reduce the spend on 'keeping the lights on' maintenance and support, it's little surprise that more and more IT pros are looking towards the cloud to solve their problems. With no initial upfront costs and with providers happy to manage the back-end of behalf of their customers, cloud is without doubt an attractive technology for many CIOs. But there's so many cloud providers, and a proliferation of services you can virtualise. This makes it a tricky proposition for CIOs looking to virtualise a whole range of IT services, and hoping to avoid getting ripped off when they do. Based on total reported revenues, and sometimes the estimated revenues after the companies are snapped up by larger corporations, the field of contenders is not necessarily a list of the players you would expect to find. The list is not limited to platform or infrastructure companies; it's about companies that leverage the cloud to del…

top 10 cloud computing companies

Cloud computing, the idea that all kinds of computing can be delivered totally over the Internet, is changing everything. It affects our daily lives ... you don't have to go into the office to grab a file. You can share stuff with anyone across any device. It affects billions of dollars in IT spending. Enterprises are quickly moving from buying stuff to renting what they need. One day, it may even make the PC as we know it irrelevant. But none of this is going to happen on its own. Right now, its all being figured out by the companies building clouds. They've got a wide range of tactics -- from giving stuff away for free to owning more of everything. Cloud computing is spreading through the IT world like wildfire, with innovative start-ups and established vendors alike clamoring for customer attention. Generally speaking, cloud providers fall into three categories: software-as-a-service providers; infrastructure-as-a-service vendors that offer Web-based access to storage and com…

security issues in cloud computing

In the last few years, cloud computing has grown from being a promising business concept to one of the fastest growing segments of the IT industry. Now, recession-hit companies are increasingly realising that simply by tapping into the cloud they can gain fast access to best-of-breed business applications or drastically boost their infrastructure resources, all at negligible cost. In the last few years, cloud computing has grown from being a promising business concept to one of the fastest growing segments of the IT industry. Now, recession-hit companies are increasingly realising that simply by tapping into the cloud they can gain fast access to best-of-breed business applications or drastically boost their infrastructure resources, all at negligible cost. But as more and more information on individuals and companies is placed in the cloud, concerns are beginning to grow about just how safe an environment it is. 1.Every breached security system was once thought infallible 2.Understand t…