Archive for November, 2011
Consumers are getting aware of the different approaches that the cloud service providers are offering to them. Some of the popular methods are explained: -
· MSP – Managed Service providers deal with the provisions offered to the IT professionals rather than the end-users. Such services are offered by the IBM, SecureWorks and Verizon which includes the document monitoring service.
· SaaS – It is completely based on the multitenant architecture in which a single application will prove access to the single community data through a website. Costs will be certainly lower for such Cloud Computing Services as there is no need of licensing and installation of the infrastructure.
· Utility computing – IBM, Sun, Amazon.com and many other companies are offering the utility compatible services to the potential consumers. In this category, you will be allowed to get an instant access to data through the virtual servers and you will be also capable of storing some new information in the cloud.
· Platform as service – Some of the websites allows the visitors to create their own applications that will eventually run on the website infrastructure. This can be easily delivered to the consumers. Yahoo Pipes, Google App Engine and Force.com are some of the elegant providers of such Cloud Computing Services.