Cloud computing, computer science.
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Cloud computing is a recent term which explains the paths that lead in the computer science in the universe. It has been developed for decades, and it makes use of the latest achievements in distributed computing, virtualization, networking and utility computing. It is concerned with service oriented literature in offering platforms and software as services. Cloud mapping is a proven, cost-effective and a flexible delivery platform that aims at providing the consumers or the business with information technology services using the internet.
The computing creates an added risk level since services that are essential are regularly outsourced to a third party; that increases the difficulty in maintaining data privacy and security, service availability and support data and show compliance. It leverages several technologies (virtualization, SOA, web 2.0), on the other hand, it also inherits related issues of security which include identification of the primary vulnerabilities in the kind of systems and the beneficial threats which are found in the relevant literature to cloud mapping and all that surrounds it. It identifies and relates the threats and vulnerabilities and provides solutions which are appropriate to the existing challenges.
Cloud computing is increasingly becoming a popular enterprise model whereby resources for computing are made accessible to the user on demand as required. The proposition of unique value of cloud computing creates fresh opportunities to match business and IT. Cloud computing makes it possible to have convenient, ubiquitous, on-demand access to a network to a pool that is shared and of computing resources which are configurable. For example, servers, networks, applications, storage and services which can be made available and released with management effort that is minimal or interaction with service providers.
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