What is Cloud Computing and How it Works?
Cloud computing is not that much confusing topic as it seems. Indeed, many people use to claim that they don’t know it but they are using it on regular basis.
Cloud computing is a term which describes the delivery of hosted services on the internet. It enables the firm or corporation in consuming a computer resources like virtual or physical as effectiveness or utility instead of establishing or deploying own computing infrastructures ( local and personal software and hardware) in house. It is just like a consumer who is using electricity instead of generating electricity by running their own generator. It can also be termed as “utility computing”.
One of the feature of cloud computing is flexibility which is offered by adaptability. It assigns to system ability to accustom changes in tasks at hand. Cloud technology lets on the self starting arrangement of resources when it is necessary, so it ensures the level of resource availability which meets the possible current demand. It differentiates it from other models of computing where deliverance of resource is in blocks like downloaded software applications and individual servers, normally in fixed volume and in advance costs. The end users with cloud computing normally pay for the resource only which they use, thus evade the expense and inefficiencies of volume which is not used.