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Web 2.0 cloud computing
Transcript of Web 2.0 cloud computing
in which computing
(processing, storage and software),
is in somewhere in the network and is accessed remotely via the Internet (Moreira, 2008). Someone will take responsibility
to deliver some IT functions
as services for some clients. E-mail:
In traditional model of computing,
your messages are saved
in a software e-mail,
into your computer. E-mail web-based:
(Hotmail, Gmail or Yahoo Mail)
you can access your account,
with all your messages stored on a server,
at any time,
in any place through the internet. Editing applications, spreadsheets, presentation, image editing and management software
are also moving toward this model. And not just the software
can be accessed remotely over the cloud.
Hardware resources such as processing and storage. You can store files, photos or videos on servers
and access them remotely over the web. Advantage 1:
This model provides a better utilization of hardware investments, providing cost savings. Advantage 2:
This model offers a global data center,
no longer local.
Google has dozens of data centers around the world.
All provide services to millions of users. Advantage 3:
This services are an opportunity for companies to start a business without having to invest in the purchase of equipment and with the flexibility to increase resources as needed. Advantage 4:
If you need more processing, you can make an immediate upgrade in capacity, without having to change components or even entire equipment for this.
The same goes for storage or even software upgrades. Advantage 5:
With cloud computing, anyone can have a supercomputer at home.
The end user only needs a browser and a good Internet connection. Challenge:
For the user to rely largely
on their systems and files to a third party, it must ensure that the data are adequately protected and 100% available. The main disadvantage:
Data stored on the cloud is unusually safe but
if your data goes missing
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