Exploring Expansion and Innovations in Cloud Computing

Exploring Expansion and Innovations in Cloud Computing

Jitendra Singh (Dyal Singh Evening College, University of Delhi, Delhi, India)
Copyright: © 2019 |Pages: 14
DOI: 10.4018/IJRDIS.2019010104

Abstract

Cloud computing is one of the highly sought-after paradigms in information technology. In several cases, it has surpassed earlier predictions of growth, and expanding its services to cover all the key areas. With the growing usage of the cloud, new requirements have also surfaced. To meet user expectations, the cloud services pool has expanded drastically. In order to meet the subscriber's futuristic demands, cloud computing needs to advance further. This work undertakes the study of expansion and innovations that have already happened in the recent past. In addition, perceived cloud evolution in the futuristic cloud has been presented. During the course of exploration, the impact of hardware and software on evolution has been taken into account. Considering the benefits involved, and the current advancement, this work concludes by presenting the innovations that will lead to cloud development.
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Cloud Services

In cloud computing, services are offered by cloud service provider. Users can explore and subscribe services according to their requirement. Users may require infrastructure, development environment or the application to serve their routine work. Accordingly, cloud services are categorized into Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a services (PaaS), Software as a services (SaaS) (Mell & Grance, 2010). Infrastructure requirement such as processor, random access memory (RAM), hard disk, etc., can be accessed from Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). Variety of service models along with the present trend has been enumerated in the upcoming sub-section.

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