Introduction to Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is a technological advancement that focuses on the way we design computing systems, develop applications, and leverage existing services for building software.

Cloud computing is based on dynamic provisioning.

Here, dynamic provisioning refers to the ability to acquire on demand virtual machines.

Cloud Computing is the delivery the services over the Cloud (Internet).

Cloud computing allows renting infrastructure, runtime environments, and services on a pay-per-use basis.

Cloud computing deliver services such as servers, storage, databases, networking, software , analytics, intelligence and more.

Cloud computing means from a single computer using services provided by other companies over the network.

Exactly where the hardware and software is located and how it all works doesn’t matter to you.

Most of us are using clouding computing all the day but they dont what what its actually called.

For example,

  • Searching on Google is an example of cloud computing.
  • Email
  • Messaging over internet
  • Watching videos on YouTube

All above examples have their storage from where we fetch data. We are not having any personal storage but we can still store lot of daily emails on Googles gmail storage. But we required internet here. Which is an example of cloud computing.

In the history of cloud computing we are going to discuss about the existence of cloud coputing in different forms over time.

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