Five Tendencies Of The Cloud Computing Safety

The safety problem of the cloud computing must be considered by the experts. They should pay attention to the below five points.

First is the data of the smart phone. More and more users log in the mass data in their devices, which will bring so many problems. We expect the new methods to solve the problems, and the leakage of the solution had revealed so many safety problems before, including the unreliable cloud backup and some confidential data. The different safety module and conditions will rely on each other when many services are used on the movable device. The provider of the cloud service not only makes the customers use the movable devices, but also provide them with so much data. The movable application will provide the cloud service and data access directly and automatically. If the movable device of the manager was stolen, the unreliable device will become the main threat of the confidential data.

Second is to pursue the perfect access control and the identity authentication management. Actually, the cloud computing has high-level virtualization. Users should create a role of management between different clouds. Some products and service are provided by the third-party, but these methods are not suitable for the large corporations which integrate the traditional environment and cloud environment together.

Third is to pay more attention on the related law. Making the relative law is a safety problem. Corporations should deal with the data and application with different process. We will see more security cases about the cloud data in the future.

Fourth is the risk. Many virtualized technologies are applied by the cloud service. The risks will be existed when data from many groups is sealed in a platform, unless the subdividable rules are made.

Fifthly is the emergence of related standard and certification. The safety estimate can be taken when we choosing the cloud service, so the standard and certification is very important for the safety. The related integrated circuit about the cloud computing is MHW8227.

A Take On Cloud Computing

There is that buzz going around about cloud computing and the benefits it has to offer for the small and large businesses who may not have the computer memory storage capacity or the bandwidth with the faster speeds at their facility to do their data crunching.

Testing software and running customer simulations from different angles to foresee any problems that may arise before their particular brand of service goes public, takes A) storage capacity and B) appropriate bandwidth for the faster transference rate between the customer input and the company’s servers.

Cloud computing seemed like such a novel concept to many entrepreneurs when it first became available that they had skepticism about the safety of their timely and sometimes sensitive data. At one seminar that I was privy to, the sales rep for a cloud computing facility answered the safety question by saying that the company could encrypt their data before uploading it to the cloud computing facility for processing.

There are some people who have effectively taken the plunge into cloud computing. One of them, let’s say is a young programmer named Chelsea, who has landed an Internet business project entailing the handling of greeting card traffic. She is responsible for creating software that will catalog the different cards, tagging them with appropriate discount codes and generally making them available to the public via the Internet.

Chelsea has a particular style to her programming known to a few select gurus as that must-have-a-staging-platform-first-style. She has to have one particular address in her memory cache to review incoming fresh data or even existing older data. She will interrupt the flow of her programming processing just to examine a particular variable or data set.

A greeting card discounted at 10% might catch Chelsea’s eye for examination for example, and at some point in her software program, she will pull the tag name for that card – say it’s called NostalgicCard_11056 and put it in the memory compartment 0x20f86 to test to make sure that it passes all integrity rules (from, it being a black and white card, to being properly discounted) under stressful programming conditions and scenarios.

Let’s say that Timothy is a sales representative for (a fictitious company). He is very personable and confident about his company’s Internet services and he wants Chelsea to become as informed as possible about cloud computing, so she doesn’t feel as if she’s signing her life away when she signs on the dotted line. Having a good rapport with your cloud computing rep is a must, because it is likely to be a long term business relationship.

Like many freelancers who are software engineers who don’t have the storage capacity or the transference bandwidth for their data, cloud computing gives Chelsea a second chance by offering her the means to test aspects of her software as she launches an Internet Greeting Card site for a client from her home office.

Chelsea’s story is only one example of course, but it touches upon the the population’s continual need for bigger (in this case, storage capacity) and faster (in this case transference bandwidth) things.

By Cynthia J. Cordell for

Basics of Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is a technology that is going to be used more and more in the 21st century and therefore it is necessary to know features of the same. This article gives you an in-depth view about cloud computing. There are many things one needs to know about the cloud before one can use it for various applications. One needs to understand how it works before exploring job opportunities in the field. The trends in cloud-based technology and its inherent opportunities are creating new avenues for employment in the business environment in 2014. We need to analyze how cloud computing will affect the data center and its working.

Research carried out in the field of cloud computing has shown that the Indian cloud market has grown by 70% in the year 2012 and thereafter. The Indian cloud market overview released by IDC in the year 2012, has shown that the cloud market has grown by 50% and will grow similarly in the next three years. It was estimated to be around 535 million in the year 2011. This is expected to grow by 70% in the year 2012, when research figures come out. The report further goes on to lay down the future potential of the cloud and also lays down the major developments in the field of cloud computing that are hitting the market, Although, the market has matured in 2013, there are still many new entrants entering the scene to provide a number of services using cloud technology.

Some of these players are playing key roles in the crowded cloud computing ecosystem. As the invention of public clouds still lags behind establishment of private clouds, due to a number of factors, a number of organizations are going ahead and are establishing such private clouds for their own organizational uses. Although, 2012 was a bleak year, organizations tried out new ways and means of working such that they can increase their efficiency and profitability. Many of them moved into leadership spots with their mature business models and operational efficiencies.

Organizations are trying to find out ways of increasing operational efficiency and organizational profitability by finding out and using new technologies and applications for business. They are trying to make IT a strategic tool of their business model such that it increases their productivity and consequently their profitability. Cloud based models being more flexible are giving them this opportunity due to their inherent features. The use of cloud computing has reached and crossed the inflexion point in the year 2011 and with proper messaging from the key vendors and due diligence of opportunities existing in the cloud delivery models, the market is likely to grow faster post 2013.

But for this to become a reality an alliance is necessary between the key players in the cloud computing field. With increasing acceptance of the cloud as a form of data storage, more and more core applications are moving to this new avenue. But for that to happen, users have to be more open-minded when viewing security and safety concerns with the cloud networks. They need to strengthen their understanding of their own businesses and come up with apt value propositions which will enhance their productivity and profitability when implementing their businesses through the cloud.