Cloud computing arises from the need for modern computing infrastructure of individuals and organizations that can be shared by them. The cloud came as a solution. It is the practice of using a network of remote computers (servers) located on the Internet to store, manage, and manipulate data, rather than a local server or PC.
What is not cloud computing?
Hardware or network dedicated storage servers in one place / several places is not cloud. In addition, storing data in a home or office network is not a cloud.
Implementation based clouds
Depending on the security and management requirements, a draw can be created in the following three ways to meet the needs of the business:
A public cloud is a cloud in which services and infrastructure are hosted by a cloud provider that provides access through a public network such as the Internet. Such economies of scale provide significantly, but risk, due to the high level of availability. For example CRM, transaction management and data analysis
A private cloud is a corporate infrastructure that is maintained on a private network hosted inside or outside. This provides a higher level of security with improved resource management and cloud computing efficiency.
The hybrid cloud integrates private and public cloud elements using a common cloud for non-sensitive operations and a special configuration for sensitive operations. Private cloud companies will evolve over time to manage their workloads in private and public clouds, creating a hybrid cloud.
Examples of clouds in everyday life:
Microsoft Office Online: Microsoft, Office Online, and Word, Excel, and PowerPoint versions.
Access OneNote through your browser without installing anything.
Google Drive: a cloud computing service with network applications such as
Google Docs, Google Sheets, etc., which can be used to work with data stored in a Google device.
Apple iCloud: Apple Data Storage, Backup and Online Sync
Amazon Cloud Drive: This is the repository for all digital content you buy on Amazon, such as Kindle books and music, and provides unlimited image storage.
Dropbox: a mixed service that provides a simultaneous version of your files over the Internet, but a copy is also stored on the local system.
Due to the rapid growth of the technological needs of individuals and enterprises, efficiency and economy allow you to allocate resources, so cloud computing is the way to go.