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Cloud Computing Notes for ”Cloud Computing Management” Complete Notes for Chapter 15 of Cloud Computing for B.Tech and Diploma Classes

Cloud Computing Management It is the responsibility of cloud provider to manage resources and their performance. Management of resources includes several aspects of cloud computing such as load balancing, performance, storage, backups, capacity, deployment, etc. The management is essential to access full functionality of resources in the cloud. Cloud Management Tasks The cloud provider performs a number of tasks to ensure efficient use of cloud resources. Here, we will discuss...
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Cloud Computing Notes for ”Cloud Computing Network as a Service (NaaS)” Complete Notes for Chapter 14 of Cloud Computing for B.Tech and Diploma Classes

Cloud Computing Network as a Service (NaaS) Network-as-a-Service allows us to access to network infrastructure directly and securely. NaaS makes it possible to deploy custom routing protocols. NaaS uses virtualized network infrastructure to provide network services to the customer. It is the responsibility of NaaS provider to maintain and manage the network resources. Having a provider working for a customer decreases the workload of the customer. Moreover, NaaS offers network...
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Cloud Computing Notes for ”Cloud Computing Identity as a Service (IDaaS)” Complete Notes for Chapter 13 of Cloud Computing for B.Tech and Diploma Classes

Cloud Computing Identity as a Service (IDaaS) Employees in a company require to login to system to perform various tasks. These systems may be based on local server or cloud based. Following are the problems that an employee might face: Remembering different username and password combinations for accessing multiple servers. If an employee leaves the company, it is required to ensure that each account of that user is disabled. This...
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Cloud Computing Notes for ”Cloud Computing Software as a Service (SaaS)” Complete Notes for Chapter 12 of Cloud Computing for B.Tech and Diploma Classes

Cloud Computing Software as a Service (SaaS) Software-asa-Service (SaaS) model allows to provide software application as a service to the end users. It refers to a software that is deployed on a host service and is accessible via Internet. There are several SaaS applications listed below: Billing and invoicing system Customer Relationship Management (CRM) applications Help desk applications Human Resource (HR) solutions   Some of the SaaS applications are not...
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Cloud Computing Notes for ”Cloud Computing Platform as a Service (PaaS)” Complete Notes for Chapter 11 of Cloud Computing for B.Tech and Diploma Classes

Cloud Computing Platform as a Service (PaaS) Platform-as-a-Service offers the runtime environment for applications. It also offers development and deployment tools required to develop applications. PaaS has a feature of point-and-click tools that enables non-developers to create web applications. App Engine of Google and Force.com are examples of PaaS offering vendors. Developer may log on to these websites and use the built-in API to create web-based applications. But the disadvantage...
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Cloud Computing Notes for ”Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)” Complete Notes for Chapter 10 of Cloud Computing for B.Tech and Diploma Classes

Cloud Computing Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) Infrastructure-as-a-Service provides access to fundamental resources such as physical machines, virtual machines, virtual storage, etc. Apart from these resources, the IaaS also offers: Virtual machine disk storage Virtual local area network (VLANs) Load balancers IP addresses Software bundles All of the above resources are made available to end user via server virtualization. Moreover, these resources are accessed by the customers as if they...
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Cloud Computing Notes for ”Cloud Computing Community Cloud Model” Complete Notes for Chapter 9 of Cloud Computing for B.Tech and Diploma Classes

Community Cloud Model Community Cloud allows system and services to be accessible by group of organizations. It shares the infrastructure between several organizations from a specific community. It may be managed internally by organizations or by the third-party. The Community Cloud Model is shown in the diagram below. Community Cloud Model Benefits There are many benefits of deploying cloud as community cloud model. Community Cloud Model Benefits Cost Effective Community...
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Cloud Computing Notes for ”Hybrid Cloud Model” Complete Notes for Chapter 8 of Cloud Computing for B.Tech and Diploma Classes

Hybrid Cloud Model Hybrid Cloud is a mixture of public and private cloud. Non-critical activities are performed using public cloud while the critical activities are performed using private cloud. The Hybrid Cloud Model is shown in the diagram below. Hybrid Cloud Model Benefits There are many benefits of deploying cloud as hybrid cloud model. The following diagram shows some of those benefits: Hybrid Cloud Model Benefits Scalability It offers features...
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