Cloud Computing is defined as storing and accessing of data and computing services over the internet. It doesn't store any data on your personal computer. It is the on-demand availability of computer services like servers, data storage, networking, databases, etc. The main purpose of cloud computing is to give access to data centers to many users. Users can also access data from a remote server.
The term “Cloud” came from a network design that was used by network engineers to represent the location of various network devices and there inter-connection. The shape of this network design was like a cloud.
Cloud computing decreases the hardware and software demand from the user’s side. The only thing that user must be able to run is the cloud computing systems interface software, which can be as simple as Web browser, and the Cloud network takes care of the rest. We all have experienced cloud computing at some instant of time, some of the popular cloud services we have used or we are still using are mail services like gmail, hotmail or yahoo etc.
In this Cloud Computing video course, you will learn:
• Types of Clouds
• Cloud Computing Services
• Cloud Computing Architecture
• Virtualization and Cloud Computing:
• Grid Computing Vs Cloud Computing
• Grid Computing and Utility Computing
• Security concerns and proposed security model for future cloud computing
• Privacy Concern