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What is Cloud computing ?

Cloud computing is a on-demand avability to delivery the different computing resources through the Internet.These resources include tools and applications like data storage, servers, databases, networking, and software.or It is a technology that uses remote servers on the internet to store, manage, and access data online rather than local drives.

Advantages of Cloud Computing.

  • Cost efficiency :
  • Cloud computing solves all of these problems for a business. The cloud provider takes on all of the hassles associated with infrastructure, maintenance and utility management for the servers.

  • Back-up and restore data
  • Once the data is stored in a Cloud, it is easier to get the back-up and recovery of that, which is otherwise very time taking process on-premise.

  • Mobility
  • Cloud computing was easly access to all cloud data via mobile connected through the internet.

  • Quick Deployments
  • Cloud computing allows us to deploy our services to the cloud more quickly and with fewer clicks.

  • High Speed
  • Cloud computing allows you to deploy your service quickly in fewer clicks.

  • On-Demand Self-service
  • The services are provided any time any where through the internet.

  • Pay as Per Use.
  • Cloud computing allows you flexibility because you have to pay only for what you use as a service.

  • Security
  • Data security is a major concern for businesses today. Cloud vendors provide advanced security features like authentication, access management, data encryption, etc., to ensure sensitive data in the cloud is securely handled and stored.

Disadvantages of Cloud Computing .

  • Network connectivity dependency
  • This direct tie-up with the Internet means that a company needs to have reliable and consistent Internet service as well as a fast connection and bandwidth to reap the benefits of Cloud Computing.

  • Vendor lock-in:
  • Vendor lock-in is the biggest disadvantage of cloud computing. Organizations may face problems when transferring their services from one vendor to another. As different vendors provide different platforms, that can cause difficulty moving from one cloud to another.

  • Limited Control
  • cloud infrastructure is completely owned and managed by the service provider, so the cloud users have less control over the function .

Types of Cloud Computing.

  1. Public Cloud.
  2. Private cloud
  3. Hybrid cloud
  4. Community Cloud