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Cloud Computing
The “cloud” is a metaphor for the Internet.
Cloud computing: A model for enabling convenient, on-demand network access to shared computing resources that can be rapidly provisioned and released with minimal management effort or service provider interaction.
— National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).
Working of Cloud Computing
Characteristics of Cloud Computing
On-Demand Self Service
It's there when you need it
Resources are accessible anytime without interaction with the provider
Ubiquitous Network Access
Cloud services are accessible from almost anywhere on any web-enabled device.
Resource Pooling
Cloud provider serves many consumers through multi-tenancy
Allows service to multiple customers from a single shared instance of the application
Measured Service
This is crucial for billing, access control, capacity planning and other tasks.
Three measured service models
Software as a Service
Platform as a Service
Infrastructure as a Service
Software as a Service
The most basic form of cloud computing
Provider licenses an application to customers for use as a service on demand
No third-party development or resources for the user

as a Service
Allows users to develop applications without infrastructure concerns
Delivery of uniform computing platform
Infrastructure as a Service
Delivery of an entire computer infrastructure is provided
Cloud : Legal Issues
1. Privacy
2. Security
3. Intellectual Property
4. Jurisdiction
1. Privacy
Cloud Services Provider (CSP),
can monitor at will, lawfully or unlawfully, the communication and data
stored between the user and the host company.
They could accidentally or deliberately
block, alter or even delete
some info.
4. Jurisdiction
Customer data may not remain on the same system, or in the same data center or even within the same provider's cloud.
US-EU Safe Harbor
2. Security
External management of provided services
3. IPR Infringements
Guess the logos!?
Who owns the data?
Permissions and license to use user's data.
Designed to prevent accidental information disclosure or loss.
7 principles outlined in the Directive
Security issues have been categorized into:
sensitive data access
data segregation
bug exploitation
malicious insiders
1. Notice
2. Choice
3. Onward Transfer
4. Security
5. Data Integrity
6. Access
7. Enforcement
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