- IaaS based model (Infrastructure-as-a-Service): In the Infrastructure as a Service model, hardware resources are provided to the end users to install their applications and for the data storage.
- PaaS based model (Platform-as-a-Service): In the Platform as a Service model, softwares, applications, databases and Operating Systems are delivered to the end users.
- SaaS based model (Software-as-a-Service): In the Software as a Service model, third party Cloud Provider hosts the Software or Application which is delivered through a network connection.
- Public Cloud: The Cloud Computing resources are owned and delivered over the Internet by a third-party service provider in this model.
- Private Cloud: Private Cloud refers to the use of computing resources limited to one organization.
- Hybrid Cloud: It combines the specialties of both above mentioned Public Cloud and Private Cloud.
- Cloud hosting is a Cloud delivery model based on Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) that provides virtual services deployed on the top of a Cloud Computing Infrastructure.
- It uses resources such as storage, hardware, network, and others from a Cloud Vendor.
- It is enabled through virtualization in which the entire computing power of a data center is made accessible to multiple users all together
- It provides maximum scalability as much as an organization demands.
- Cloud Hosted Solutions include Cloud Desktops, Cloud Storage, and Cloud Servers etc.
Current Cloud Computing Tendency in 2020
Big Data and Cloud Computing – A Perfect Combination
Major Problems With Cloud Computing
Every technology comes with a baggage of some pros and cons. Similarly, cloud computing too comes with its share of issues despite being core strength of some business industries. It also can create some major problems under some rare circumstances. issues and challenges of cloud computing are characterized as ghosts in the cloud. Let us talk in brief about some real life ghosts of cloud computing.