Classifications of Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing is considered to be a very fancy term in the world of information technology. It would not be wrong to say that this century belongs to de-centralization of technology. Now cloud computing impacts individual consumers—those of us who sit back at home or in small-to-medium offices and use the Internet on a regular basis. We all are using some sort of cloud computing in our daily life but we don’t recognize it often.  If you use an online service to send email, edit documents, watch movies or TV, listen to music, play games or store pictures and other files, it is likely that there is an essence of cloud computing always behind the process.

We are living in times where high speed internet connection is available to access resources at a remote place. It gives an edge to people who have limited budget and resources to access and utilize the benefits of cloud computing. Again, the additional options of pooling make cloud computing very economical to have as you pay as per your use? It eliminates the chances of the involvement of any business gimmick in the process.

There are three primary variants of cloud computing services so that once can select the right according to your requirement.

IAAS: It gives business access to vital web architecture. Some common offerings within IAAS are; high bandwidth connections, network sharing, physical memory share, etc. This bundle of services is reliable as well as cost effective.

PAAS: This platform is used to create software framework for applications. PaaS consumers can use the tools and execution resources provided by cloud providers for developing, testing, deploying and managing applications serviced in a cloud environment.

SAAS: Software programs are often used as service. SAAS refers to services that are directly used by end users. SaaS can reduce costs, since users only pay for exactly what is needed and do not have to maintain the software.

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About iMicron by Techwave

iMicron encompasses around a new ecosystem that shares and optimizes cloud infrastructure and services. With our user friendly platform for buying cloud, Techwave’s specialization in cloud services make us a step ahead from the usual cloud marketplaces existing in the market. Our portfolio includes industry leaders like Softlayer, Interoute, CACloud, UpCloud, NephoScale, LunaCloud CloudSigma  and many more cloud computing service providers.

With a state-of-the-art marketplace, iMicron offers multiple cloud instances, putting users at the forefront of the rapidly evolving Cloud market and service delivery platform/ marketplace. As a cloud service aggregator, iMicron views cloud, not just as a single technology, but as a foundational platform to run and drive a whole new way of doing business.