How CLOUD Computing has ruled in Data Transfer with SaaS, IaaS & PaaS Solutions

Data collection, Data transfer in IT industries and Healthcare Sectors and Telco made easy…
Gone are those when calculations and data transfer and retrieval were the issues. Software automation and control has helped in a way, where the data has generated beyond imagination. Once data started generating, it came into consideration that the data or result should be in such a format that can be imported to other software for analysis and graphical presentation.

To manage the challenge of data integrity and compatibility, file conversion and multiple export options came into evolution and solved the issue. Now when we have various formats, it needs to read by the software either using the software in local machine or else accessing the same on cloud at some other location. Here this cloud technology has given a platform, where huge chunk of data like of DNA sequences, Terabytes of values can be analyzed and represented in a required format. Cloud has helped linking multiple data generating centers to connect and store their generated data at once central location, storing and accessing has become easier.

Cloud computing in word tag cloud

Using software on cloud has many advantages:

  • Can be less expensive compared to buying soft we and hardwires
  • Can be used from any of the computer or device with an internet connection
  • No need of large internal storage system
  • Updates occurs across the service
  • Self service provisioning
  • Elasticity
  • Pay as per the use

It does have loopholes too!

  • Many security issues
  • Terms and conditions of services
  • Privacy policies
  • Data leakage issues

Cloud services

Platform as a Service (PaaS): This is a way to rent hardware, operating systems, secured storage and network capacity over the internet. Where the service delivery model allows the customer to rent virtualized services using the services for running applications.
Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS): is a provision model where an organization outsources the equipment used to support operations, storage, hardware, servers and networking components. Client pays on the agreed basis and service provider owns the equipment and manages housing, running and maintaining of the same.

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