Digital Transformation

Cloud Computing

What is Cloud Computing? And its benefits

Cloud computing:

Accessing your desired files sitting anywhere, anytime just by having a secure internet connection. Cloud computing; The ideal way to deliver enterprise applications through the pubic cloud model. e.g Amazon Web Services (AWS), Salesforce’s CRM System, and Microsoft Azure.
In layman’s terms, Cloud Computing is the delivery of computing services – such as storage databases, networking software, analytics, and intelligence – over the internet. The basic and the most important aim of Cloud Computing is to bypass traditional practices. As in old times, we have to store data in our hard drives or we needed a flash drive or portable ones to access data. But what if we have a meeting and we forget our drive at home. We cant access data but now with cloud computing we can. From any part of the world through the internet.

And make better use of investments than in new hardware or software. With the world growing towards virtual systems. Cloud computing is something like you just has to create an account on desired service providers and start using it by uploading documents, pictures, software anything you want. Then you can access it by just login with your credentials from any part of the world.

Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing

Benefits of Cloud computing:

Considered to be the next big thing, three distinct characteristics differentiate cloud computing from traditional web hosting:

  • Sold on Demand – It’s no more about predicting the storage or services you’ll need in the future. Instead, it’s about what it is today. A user may have as much or as little of a service depending upon the need at the given time with the Service being fully managed by the provider. This makes it cost-effective and network efficient.
  • Public or Private – Available to anyone or everyone or explicitly designed as per your requirements.
    A public cloud is meant to sell services to anyone over the World Wide Web such as Amazon Web Services. On the other hand, the private cloud is a proprietary network. Limited to a specific number of people depends on their requirements.
  • Storage – No more, hard drives, it’s all about third-party servers now. The service is location free you can access your data from anywhere by just accessing your account within seconds. There is no need to travel or to reach any specific place for accessing your data.
Cloud Computing
Cloud Computing

3 Major Service Models:

Service models of Cloud Computing also known as ” Cloud Computing Stack ” because they are built on each other.

These includes:

  • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS): The lowest level cloud service paradigm and yet the most important. This works by providing pre-configured hardware resources to customers through a virtual network. Unlike the rest of the two, it doesn’t include applications, or operating systems rather enables access to infrastructure to support specific software. e.g, Gmail, Salesforce & Google Docs
  • Platform as a Service (PaaS): Also known as “middleware”, which falls between IaaS and SaaS. Aiming to provide a platform for users to manage applications. It helps organizations eliminate the need to build infrastructures. Traditionally used to develop applications. e.g Amazon Web Service, & AppEngine.
  • Software as a Service (SaaS): As the “on-demand software”, SaaS is a software licensing and delivery model where the complete and fully functional product is delivered to users over the web on a subscription basis. e.g & Go Grid.

You can read more about how Alibaba expects cloud business to turn profitable for the first time within the next few months?

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What is 5G Service? How it will effect our lives?

5G(The fifth generation):

Self-Aware Robots to Digital Money, the world is continuously transitioning towards making life easier for individuals living around the globe. With swift gadgets introduction every passing day & automated vehicles making their way onto the road, high-speed internet is becoming indispensable. Having an explosion of internet-dependent technology with recurring loading while watching high streaming videos, the mobile industry has brought into market 5G. The fifth generation of wireless networking technology. The technology that will help to make everyday living safer, quicker, and healthier. The Service to support yet unpredictable technologies.Sounds interesting?

The transition of 4G to 5G:

Hey, are you also curious about the speed that will be offering with 5G? To keep in mind that even today, we can download hundreds of GB’s of data in a matter of seconds? Digging into the facts, 5G promises to bring speeds of almost 20 gigabits per second to your gadgets. But what does this mean? That’s 600 times faster than the typical speed 4G is offering today on phones. Not only that, it can download a 4K high definition movie in just 25 seconds or even stream multiple together.

5G services
5G services

Real Need or Artificial Need?

5G is coming in the spotlight and becoming the center of attention of the world. Taking a look into the statistics is essential to have a clear understanding of the inclination of people towards this network. As surveyed by GSMA, almost 75% of the consumers around the world are aware of what 5G connection is. The results were observed with enthusiasm in China the most.50% of consumers in China are willing to buy a 5G phone as soon as it gets launched. The rates are comparatively lesser in the U.S. and Europe, being 30% and 15% – 20% respectively.

5G connection – Real Need or Artificial Need?
5G connection – Real Need or Artificial Need?

Will it impact our lives?

Caught in the buzz, every consumer around the globe is pondering upon the question: Will it impact my life? The answer to this question ends up in a tie between a YES, and a NO. Who will not like downloading an entire HD movie in just a few seconds or having all your home appliances connected in real-time? It could be your washing machine or an air conditioner? It’s the potential to bring fundamental changes in a daily routine that makes this an exciting service.
Whether it’s connecting to consumers in a blink of an eye or delivering your promotional message in just milliseconds, why don’t brands need it? You can also read in detail on the BBC article i.e “What is 5G and what will it mean for you?