This research paper is to recommend or suggest cloud computing as an alternative to the obsolete and highly expensive traditional computing mechanisms. Cloud computing is a new general purpose Internet-based technology through which information is stored in servers and provided as a service and on-demand to clients. Cloud computing services including Infrastructure as a Service promise potential cost savings for businesses by offering remote, scalable computing resources. However attractive these services are, they pose significant security risks to customer applications and data beyond what is expected using traditional on-premises architecture. This paper identifies three basic types of threats related to the IaaS layer and eight kinds of attacks. These are aligned within the CIA model as a way to determine security risk. Cloud computing is a generalized term for anything that involves delivering hosted services over the Internet. These services are broadly divided into threesome categories: Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). The study darken computing was inspired by the darken symbol that's often utilized to equal the Internet in flowcharts and diagrams. A darken assist has threesome crisp characteristics that evolve it from tralatitious hosting. It is sold on demand, typically by the time or the hour; it is elastic -- a user can have as such or as little of a assist as they poverty at some presented time; and the assist is fully managed by the provider (the consumer needs nothing but a personal computer and Internet access). Significant innovations in virtualization and diffuse computing, as substantially as improved admittance to high-speed Internet and a weak economy, have accelerated interest in darken computing.
Type of Research
• This research will be a combination of qualitative and quantitative research method because cloud computing talk about both data and qualitative details. • Cloud infrastructure strategy and design uses rigorous qualitative and quantitative analysis tools to help you define a value-driven cloud computing strategy.
• Delivers a cloud computing strategy that helps align IT and business • Identifies workloads best suited for cloud computing, helping achieve optimum benefits from cloud computing investments • Develops a road map to help ensure a smooth implementation • As a new consumption and delivery model, cloud computing is enabling businesses to reduce costs and improve service levels. And, as with any evolution, cloud computing comes with both opportunities and challenges. An in-depth understanding of these is critical to achieving the desired benefits. You need to have a clear strategy and plan for the right cloud model for your business, when to implement it, which workloads to migrate and how to ensure a smooth, successful transition.
There are many people are confused as to exactly what cloud computing is, especially as the term can be used to mean almost anything. Roughly, it describes highly scalable computing resources provided as an external service via the internet on a pay-as-you-go basis. The cloud is simply a metaphor for the internet, based on the symbol used to represent the worldwide network in computer network diagrams. Economically, the main appeal of cloud computing is that customers only use what they need, and only pay for what they actually use. Resources are available to be accessed from the cloud at any time, and from any location via the internet. There’s no need to worry about how things are being maintained behind the scenes – you simply purchase the IT service you require as you...