Cloud computing and Desktop Virtualization are coming more and more closer. Operating systems are getting less relevant, it will more less important in the coming years.
Cloud Computing and Desktop Virtualization : Today and the Future
For the organizations with a higher degree of usage typically has a hybrid cloud computing infrastructure now. Both external and internal, cloud based and server based components are available in various hybrid forms. Hybrid Cloud Computing however has the constraints of privacy and security.
Cloud Computing and software replacements
As mentioned ago, Cloud Computing just a product of Virtualization. More and more applications are now running on the browser. Cloud Computing and server based operating systems are gaining in relevance. The standardization of core applications creates a demand for assessment for applications that stand out from the rest. At the same time it creates different cloud computing delivery models. A plethora of small, linked together systems can work as a pool of computing resources.
There has been emerge of cloud based databases. These databases and associated services allow enterprises to stay too far to the daily changes of legal regulations to date.?The basic of Cloud Computing is to share the resources ? which was the initial idea behind Networking. Multiple layers of Networking technologies are used within a single Cloud Computing infrastructure, mostly separated in a safe way.
Cloud Computing CaaS or Communication as a Service offers advantages over conventional telephony that perfectly in conjunction with other cloud services. In an previous article, we have discussed about XaaS or Everything as a Service. Cloud Computing CaaS or Communication as a Service is a type of Anything as a Service.
This article on Cloud Computing and Desktop Virtualization is written by Mr. Kanai Lal Saha, who has been regularly writing excellent articles on core computing, Virtualization and Cloud Computing.