CLOUD: A CASE STUDY

October 18, 2020

Organizations that strive to meet the challenges of today’s world and their aspirations are looking for lasting solutions to work in a competitive environment. Information technology tools and services are essential to the smooth running of a business. The key force in acquiring IS / IT attracts both: customers and providers of these solutions. However, to gain competitive advantage from market participants they have to invest in a new way of doing business. The emergence of a concept commonly known as cloud computing represents the fundamental change of information technology (IS) and the use of information technology (IT). The new vision redesigns the way IT services are developed, developed, and upgraded, scaled, updated, maintained, and paid for. The main benefits and incentives to adopt cloud-based systems and services are their key features: self-service demand, efficiency, broader network access, faster robustness, limited service and business acumen.

What is cloud?

Cloud   is a paid-to-use model that enables easy network access, which is required for a shared pool of configurable computer resources (e.g. networks, services, storage, programs and services) that can be quickly deployed and deployed with minimal management or service provider communication. This cloud model promotes discovery and contains five key features:

(i). The search for what you need

(ii). Universal network access

(iii). Integration of independent local resources

(iv). Quick expansion

(v). Pay per use.

Potential customers can choose between the main deployment models of cloud:

  1. Private cloud
  2. The community cloud
  3. The public cloud
  4. The hybrid cloud

Problems

High Internet Speed Needed:

The performance of   cloud on slow internet connections is irrational. Slow connections like dial dialing are using Cloud pain to the user or may mean that it is not possible for users to enjoy cloud   on slow connections. Larger texts and web applications require more bandwidth to download.

Constant Internet Connection:

A Cloud   solution without a proper internet connection is like a lifeless body. Because you use the Internet to access both your documents and applications, in case you do not have an Internet connection you cannot even access your document.

Stored Data Unprotected:

All data is stored on Cloud. Your job is to make sure the Cloud is safe? Even if only authorized people are allowed access to your personal information. The concept of cloud is new and even if hosting companies say data is secure it will not be 100% true.

Control:

It means that when you use a cloud, you are already managing that part of your IT infrastructure. While doing so is probably an emotional one in the crowd saying “I love to hug my server”, the real problem is that you feel sorry for another company that could cause you a lot of trouble if your files, data, and processes are already working on its infrastructure.

Cost:

In some cases, applications are more expensive to operate in the cloud when considering shipping costs, special features that the application may require, and the fact that the first platforms may be less expensive. Both are advantages and disadvantages, so you should always look at the costs and do your homework to understand the return of cloud computing investments as they relate to your specific problem domain.

Cloud-to-cloud Concerns and Federation:

Consider a scenario in which a business uses different cloud service providers. Sharing computer resources and storing and standard authentication (or data authentication) are some of the services in computer computing:

Solutions

Storage-as-service Storage

As a service, as you might expect, is the ability to use existing physical storage remotely but is obviously a repository for any application that needs to be maintained.

 Database-as-a-service:

Database-as-a-service provides the ability to use remote database services, share it with other users and operate logically as if the database is local. You can manually create a database, build tables, upload data and access data using the provided interface, all that is required and cloud computing.

Information-as a service:

Information-as a service Information-as a service refers to the ability to use any type of information that is handled remotely – stock price information, address verification, and credit reporting.

Process-as a service:

Process-as-service refers to a remote device that can combine multiple resources together, either hosted on the same computer application or remotely, to create business processes

 Application-as-a-service:

Application-as-a-service, also known as software-as-a-service, is any application delivered over a Web platform to the end user, usually using the program through a browser. While many application-as a-service applications are compatible with business applications, such as Sales force SFA, office-based applications are also utility-services, including Google Docs, Gmail, and Google Calendar

 Platform-as-a-service:

Platform-as-a-service is a complete platform, which includes application development, visual interface development, database development, storage and testing, delivered on a remote hosted platform to subscribers. Depending on the traditional sharing model, modern platform-as a-service providers offer the ability to create business applications that will be used locally or at a minimum or free subscription requirement.

 Security-as a service:

Security-as a service, as you may guess, is a skill for these services remotely over the Internet. While the security services get   today are often beneficial, more sophisticated services, such as identity management, are becoming accessible.

 

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