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Cloud Computing

 

What is Cloud Computing?

Cloud computing is a system for providing computation, software, data access and storage services to end-users who do not know the configuration and physical location of the system that delivers the services. The end users do not need the knowledge of how the system work and they do not need to invest in gaining the expertise needed to run the system.

Cloud Computing involves running application software and storing data related to it in central computer systems. The end users can use and access the services stored in the central computer systems through the internet. It is seen as next technological revolution and an increasingly large number of companies are shifting their operations to Cloud Platforms.

How Cloud Computing Can Help You

Using Cloud Computing you can add new capabilities or increase the capacity of your system—without spending on new infrastructure, buying new software or training/hiring new personnel. Broadly, Cloud Services can be divided into Platform as a Service (PaaS), Software as a Service (SaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS). These services can save you immense amount of effort and money.

  • Platform as a Service: Buying, installing and maintaining hardware can get very annoying and eat up too much time and effort. PaaS facilitates deployment of application—you do not need to purchase, install or management supporting hardware or software—by managing and provisioning hosting capabilities.
    Developers or enterprises that cannot, or do not want to, build and manage their own data centers can benefit greatly using this service. Some PaaS offering also offer facilities for application design, application development, testing, deployment and hosting as well as a number of application services as interrelated solutions over the web.
  • Software as a Service: Using SaaS allows a vendor to deploy software or applications as a hosted service on the internet. Such services are usually provided on a subscription, pay-as-you-go, and sometimes on a free basis. You can use the software and variety of services at low cost and need not spend anything on maintenance. SaaS also means that you can access the needed software from any place with an internet connection.
  • Infrastructure as a Service: Many companies would like to get rid of the hassle of managing hardware and just concentrate on application development and this service makes it possible. You can simply hire ready-to-use infrastructure from a shared pool of resources on the internet. Cloud services make infrastructure available to any application you want to work on; you pay for infrastructure that is delivered to you as a utility.
  • Tri-Force Cloud Computing Services

    Tri-Force offer various Cloud Computing services supporting multiple platforms for various business domains. Keeping a firm hold of the fact that cloud computing is an evolving technology, we work with a number of cloud vendors to ensure first-rate cloud solutions for our clients.

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