Today large companies like Amazon, Google and Microsoft, that have extensive experience managing large data centers, are offering customers to “rent” data capacity. This is great news for companies that want to focus on their core business application and not worry about the underlying platform. Microsoft’s cloud platform offering is called Windows Azure.
There are usually three concepts of cloud service, Software as a Service (SaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). Whether it is IaaS, SaaS, and PaaS, each has its own intricacies, but today we’re going to help you to differentiate SaaS, PaaS, and IaaS.
Cloud Orchestration is the automated management of computer systems, middleware, and services. It is most often used when defining service-oriented architecture, virtualization, provisioning and other related concepts.
Serverless computing is where a cloud provider manages the allocation of machine resources dynamically and then charges on the actual amount of resources used. The server-less name derives from the fact that the developer no longer needs to own a server to run software.
Here are the six things your business needs to consider before leveraging cloud storage for your unstructured data challenges.
Many hosted services are offered over the web for a variety of business needs. The general term used to refer to all of these is cloud computing. Cloud computing allows online companies to use resources over the internet rather than build and maintain their own in-house infrastructures.
In the recent years, we get to hear a lot about the cloud services. But do we actually know what the term means? It is found that most people are unaware of the details of the services.
Over the last few years, Cloud Storage has become one of the must-haves of mobile life. As Tablet Computers and Mobile Phones lack the massive hard drive storage capacity of desktop PC’s, Cloud Storage is necessary so that large amounts of files (usually music, video and photographs) can be saved off-device and yet are readily… Read More »
Amazon Cloud Drive: Low in Cost, but not many Features One of the problems of owning devices like Tablets and Smart phones is that you tend to accrue gigabytes of data in the form of photographs, videos and MP3. This type of data is usually something unique and has considerable personal value so at some… Read More »