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Ankit | Fri, 01 Apr 2016 01:08:05 UTC

Difference between IaaS PaaS & SaaS

Cloud | Fri, 01 Apr 2016 01:07:05 UTC

It is a wonderful explanation. I also have described cloud along with its deployment models. Please have a look - http://blog.webspecia.com/cloud/iaas-paas-saas-explained-examples-comparison

Yaw | Thu, 22 Oct 2009 15:43:07 UTC

Cloud computing is a great idea in the technology world. Businesses of course have to shed off IT related tasks such as storage, update, back-up etc to third parties that would do those very tasks at reduced cost. In the end businesses would have ample and productive time to concentrate on their core businesses.

frederic sidler | Thu, 16 Jul 2009 16:40:19 UTC

The auto scaling functionnalities are new. Services like rightscale.com and scalr.net do a great job if you want to use the cloud.

Zan Zolit | Wed, 17 Jun 2009 22:50:16 UTC

Tag cloud query and Query language are the backbone of cloud computing. Cloud indexing optimization services will soon replace the old SEO as predicted at CloudQuery.com Cloud computing is really a paradigm shift in the delivery architecture of info services:software-platform-infrastructure http://tinyurl.com/que8hl

Raveendra Kumar | Wed, 17 Jun 2009 11:43:33 UTC

What is the difference between 1. Grid computing 2. Cloud computing 3. Utility computing The difference seems to be blurr. Can you please clarify ?

Prithwis Mukerjee | Wed, 17 Jun 2009 09:43:27 UTC

The best way to understand Cloud Computing is to actually go ahead and start using it. Google Docs is the easiest way to start since wordprocessing, spreadhsheets etc are applications that we need to use anyday. For application development I have had my students build small but non-trivial Cloud Computing applications on the Zoho Creator platform. By the way, both Google and Zoho are available free of cost.

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