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A Comprehensive Analysis of Cloud Computing Services

Anshika Rawat, Pawan Singh
Research Paper | Journal Paper
Volume 2 , Issue 3 , PP 1-9
DOI: https://doi.org/10.54060/JIEEE/002.03.003


In today’s era, the term cloud computing is growing quickly which has purchased critical changes in different areas of India. It is a broadly spreading processing model that has changed the framework of Information Technology and the method of conveying the administrations. On request, benefits are given by cloud computing. One of the essential administrations that cloud computing gives is data storing. The client can get to their information when the cloud specialist co-op moderates the information. Like-wise, through cloud computing suppliers, cloud computing is generally utilized by the Information Technology based new businesses which is a benefit in the advancement of their organization. In any case, its development is quickly expanding in the instruction area too. The utilization and exploration of distributed computing in training were directed through subjective philosophy. This report is an examination of the activity of cloud computing in leadership. A short overview was additionally performed to distinguish and dis-sect the benefits and hazards which distributed computing might have in the area of training. This investigation is skilled to achieve its advantages about the prologue to cloud computing in the administration of instruction.

Key-Words / Index Term

Cloud computing, cloud service model, limitations of cloud computing, benefits of cloud computing


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