Guide to Cloud Computing Explains Cloud Computing From How this Technology works, Starting from the Classical Terms to Real Life Usage. As it is not possible to write everything within one article, starting from scratch, explaining IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service), PaaS (Platform as a Service) and SaaS (Software as a Service) to real usage, we have linked our old articles which answers everything possibly one can ask or seek for. Also we recommend to read some Cloud Computing Books.
It is a matter of fact, 90% people are not computer specialists. So the searches often become like What is Cloud in Cloud Computing in the Google Custom Search in our website. Means, œUnderstood that Cloud Computing thing, tell me what is Cloud in Cloud Computing. So we will link articles which are four years old. Basics never change to a larger extent plus we update some articles.
Guide to Cloud Computing : Introduction
The History of Cloud Computing, contrary to what it may seem, has already reached the age of maturity adulthood, as it originates from the mainframe model, dominant expression of IT in the 60’s and 70’s, when John McCarthy, one of the pioneers of artificial intelligence, imagined a future in which the processing of the calculations could have been distributed and organized on different systems.
We are going to link to the articles like as if we are telling a story to the reader, you’ll not face
click here like words, instead there will be hyperlinks on the words. One must click the links for reading the particular article. This Guide to Cloud Computing is not intended to make anyone a developer, it will serve a basic purpose – how to use and possibly where not to use.
Guide to Cloud Computing
First, it is important to know what is Cloud Computing. This is umbrella terminology and one must understand the Cloud Computing Service Models. On the Cloud Computing Service model, we have described the theories about IaaS, PaaS and SaaS. Next point needed to be known is the Average Cost of Commonly Used Cloud Models.
We might have not so easy to understand article (we do not have a focused user base, not all can know everything) like Cloud Computing and Social Networks in Mobile Space.
As cloud storage is most most commonly used, you can separately read to evaluate whether you need a Cloud Storage Service or not. Also you need to know latest information on HeartBleed and PRISM. For an average user, this much will take over 10 hours to read and understand and we think is more than enough.