Cloud Computing is the service of being able to access applications and save files over the internet. This allows people to access them anywhere and at any time as long as you have an internet connection. In addition, file sharing is much easier with Cloud Computing. There are two different categories that exist in Cloud Computing, Deployment Model and Service Model.

There are three types of clouds that exist in Deployment Model, Public, Private, and Hybrid. The Public Cloud is available to everyone, it is much cheaper, and you pay for what you use and for how long you use it. Private Cloud is made specifically for one party, you will have to pay a significant price but, you’re the only ones who can use it and you get to use it for as long as you want. Hybrid Cloud is a mixture between Public and Private, you kind of get the best of both worlds.

There are also three sectors in the Service Model, Infrastructure, Platform, and Software. Infrastructure is a service that provides users with a basic computing base. In this service the amount you pay is determined by how much of the service you use. Platform is a service that provides users with a platform that allows them to evolve, test, and manage their applications. Developers can just plug their codes in and start working without having to worry about anything. Software is a service that allows users to acquire certain applications and software’s. This can be either through payments or for free.

There are some steps that need to be made before entering Cloud Computing. The first step is to understand the purpose of why you need Cloud Computing and the requirements needed. Next is to pick the right service that meets your requirements and purpose. If the service you want to get doesn’t meet your requirements, then it’s pointless. After that is picking the correct storage that allows for backup as well. Next is choosing the network, it must provide data securely. Next is to pick security, this will allow only valid people access and encryption to your data. The step before the final step is to test your cloud and make sure it works as intended. Finally, is to analyze the data that is coming from your server and be able to anticipate it.

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