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Cloud, refers to the storing huge or bulk content of data in many kinds which combined processes as computing. The computation of the data will be done in many methods and secured in a huge container called CLOUD. The most trending resource of acquiring secured data is recommended to process of storing various kinds of data in a cloud. There will be no active consumption of power even there is a high storage of data in the system.
Major use of CLOUD in the terms of having huge data centers that store all the various kinds of data or content at INTERNET world. Many centers have multiple servers at various locations with different cloud and dominant storages known as central servers.
Edge server, the connection that is which provided by the server to the user as a direct or almost relatively close connection.
Clouds can be differentiated in three major ways:
• Enterprise CLOUDS(Single organization)
• Public CLOUDS(Multiple organizations)
• Hybrid CLOUDS(Both Enterprise and Public CLOUDS)
The resources and data shared among the economies of various scales are managed by cloud servers.
Major advantage of the cloud computing in the view of public advocates and all economists is to avoid or minimize the IT infrastructure costs.
All the proponents also claims about the enterprises to achieve faster and useful applications in less maintenance, and this hybrid clouds satisfies the manageability and increases the IT teams rapidly so as to throw down the fluctuations and unpredictable share demands over the resources that helps to set the predictability demand.
Cloud maintains a typical model which is “pay-as-you-go”, that which leads to an unexpected expenses for the non-familiarized with a list of cloud-pricing models to provide the operations.
Those cloud pricing models and all the high operative resources give the availability of performing high-capacity networks with low-cost computers along with storage devices. The cloud also spreads a wide adoption of the virtualized hardware in service oriented architecture, has the impact in growth of automatic functionality and computing with the clouds.
Cloud computing has following characteristics:
Client-Server computing is the system application which is defined as capturing data in broad to any distributed application which has servers as service providers and clients as service requestors
Grid computing- It is mixed with both parallel and distributed computing whereas Super and Virtual computer is combined composed to form as a cluster in a network, acts as loosely copulated networks that produce high performance in computing tasks.
Mainframe computing- The computing is done in a system with a bulk of conventional data and that has incorporated with huge organizations that have processing like Industrial, Consumer Statistics, Police or Secret Interrogative services, etc. It also provides service to the enterprises in resource planning and financial transactions.
Fog computing- The assistance provided by the cloud hosts and all the application servers to the resembling clients in the form of distributed computing for all nearby users or clients or edge devices, in a network router. The entire process is done on behalf of transmitting data to the remote location for processing.
Utility computing- The computing process of devices that have both computation and storage in packaging composition as it is similar to the traditional public utility called ELECTRICITY.
Peer to Peer computing- This is a distributed architecture without any central co-ordination of servers. Here, the users denote the clients and including the servers. In simple words we can say that they are both suppliers and consumers of the resources. It is similar to the client-server model.
Cloud sandbox computing- It is a confined computing environment that has a program or any code or repository that can run without any effect on the application as it runs in return.
General Characteristics of Cloud Computing: