• What is Cloud Computing
• Why do we need Cloud Computing
• History of Cloud Computing
• Characteristics of Cloud Computing
• Types of Cloud Computing
• Architecture of Cloud Computing
• Cloud Computing services and modules
• Cloud Storage
• Statistics on Cloud Service Providers
• Pros and cons of Cloud storage
• Advantages and Disadvantages
• The Future
Cloud computing means that instead of all
the computer hardware and software you're using on
your desktop, or somewhere inside your
company's network, it's provided for you as a
service by another company and accessed over
the Internet, usually in a completely seamless way.
Exactly where the hardware and software is located
and how it all works doesn't matter to you, the user—
it's just somewhere up in the nebulous "cloud" that
the Internet represents.
When you sit at your PC and type a query into
Using Web-based email.
Preparing documents over the Net is a newer
example of cloud computing(Google Docs).
*Cloud Computing Is User Centric
*Cloud Computing Is Task-Centric
*Cloud Computing Is Powerful
*Cloud Computing Is Accessible
*Cloud Computing Is Intelligent
*Cloud Computing Is Programmable
1. 1966-all the modern day characteristics was explained by Doughlas
2. 1968-intel was introduced.
3. 1969- APRANET was introduced and in 1970 it was connected to
4. 1971-Mail services were provided.
5. 1974-Microsoft came in this field.
6. 1976-Apple computer used it.
7. 1977-Oracle Burn.
8. 1981-IBM launched and in 1982 Microsoft developed MSDOS
9. 1995-Amazon changed the era.
10. 1997-Termed as cloud computing.
12. 2004- FACEBOOK Was Launched.
Cloud computing is typically classified in two
1.Location of the cloud computing
2.Type of services offered
When talking about a cloud computing system,
it's helpful to divide it into two sections:
The Front End
The Back End
o They connect to each other through a network, usually
the Internet. The front end is the side the computer
user, or client, sees. The back end is the "cloud" section
of the system.
Requires a constant internet connection.
Does not work well with low-speed connections.
Features might be limited.
Can be slow.
Stored data might not be secure.
Stored data can be lost.
Proactive Application Monitoring
Technology to Ensure Uptime
Cloud Computing Role in Disaster Recovery and Remote Access
Centralized Data is the Future in Cloud Computing
Hybrid Cloud Computing Increases Efficiency
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