Types of cloud computing and cloud deployment models
types of cloud computing and cloud deployment models
Cloud computing is making organisation focus on other matters rather than purchasing of heavy machines and other office infrastructure hence cutting operational cost. As cloud computing growth rate has increased it has lead to emergence of various deployment strategies. Each cloud deployment model cames with different management,different services and also different user specific needs.
their different cloud computing models which include infrastructure as service, platform as service and also software as service as outlined below.
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1.0 Infrastructure as service it contains basic building blocks of cloud computing, it provides user with basic access to networks, computer and also storage services.It also provide user with highest level of management and also flexibility. Infrastructue as service also provide multi-tenant access to similiar resources.
2.0 Platform as service alows organisation to focus on deployment and management of organisational applications.The makes organisation more efficient since it does not need to procure, plan and maintain softwares.
3.0 Software as service, software as service provide you with complete product such as software that can run efficient and is managed by provider.As Saas the end-user does not need to think about how the software is managed or how to design the software what is important is user needs are met and the software runs efficiently. Common examples of Saas include web-based emails.
cloud deployment models
Below are some example of cloud deployment models;
a.Cloud,Cloud-based application is deployed in the cloud and all applications runs from the cloud.
b.Hybrid model Refers to a way of connecting infrastructure and applications between cloud.
c. On-premises it allows virtualisation and management of resources on the cloud also commonly reffered as private cloud.
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Rapidly growing digital adoption across various industrial & government sectors, faster shifting from on-premise to cloud-based applications & accelerating digital natives will propel the Indian public #cloud market from $1.9B in 2019 to $8B in 2023.https://t.co/NUNz5eceal— STPI (@stpiindia) December 17, 2019