Cloud Computing, Mobile Devices and Big Data are most focused or rather hot topic today because Cloud Services are used by Mobile Users, Big Data is gathered. In the previous article on Management of Unstructured Data, we mentioned the problem of evolving large amounts of data and in an unrelated article on Tablet and Smartphone Security on the Cloud, it was obvious point that the Mobile users unknowing uses Cloud Computing services. Various companies or rather the application, storage providers basically operates on the Cloud Computing platform. Now the junk of Big Data is becoming a problem and this article point towards the relationship with the ring of Cloud Computing, Mobile Devices and Big Data.
Cloud Computing, Mobile Devices and Big Data
The structure of the companies implies standardization, with a relatively small range of possibilities within each level of each group. Standardization, in conjunction with mother technology, such as virtualization, makes it possible to create pools of computing enormously enlarged and highly automated that can scale depending on traffic or need, they can be quickly updated for new purposes, can avoid errors and falls in many ways, and provide self-service access to users.
Cloud Computing, Mobile Devices and Big Data : The Relationship
If cloud computing is an evolution of the data center, the trend of mobility is the evolution on the client side. This evolution is rapidly growing. Understanding the usage pattern (or rather the blood sucking pattern) of this new consumer base will give a point towards the issue of Cloud Computing Provider or a Service Provider operating on Cloud Computing platform. The physical space is actually not increased, with Cloud Computing it has been made elastic. If one user has three mobile devices with three different operating system that uses three different application to do an exact work, it is obvious that the need of usage will increase.
Freemium model of Cloud Computing, specially the storage because of competition, gradual has increased the usage space quota on free accounts. Users after using using 50% or less than allocated shifting or using in parallel another service – basically this usage if not offered was not needed.
Neither Cloud Computing nor Mobile Devices themselves has created the issue of Big Data, it is the old model of marketing strategy, probably adapted from invasive methods of penetration by Microsoft and Google has created the issue.
In various online demo accounts of server based softwares, the data is purged or flashed every few hours. Unfortunately the purging itself consumes compute cycles which is more costly than the bland storage to the application or service providers. Most importantly, purging is unacceptable for most applications and services in question. Unless the free quota is decreased collaboratively or made premium with a minimum fee, the growing problem of big data from this specific side can never be solved. Keep in mind, there are other serious sectors where big data is more important to preserve.