Cloud Computing Benefits
There is no doubt that businesses can reap huge benefits from cloud computing. Cloud computing is basically a resource that you can utilize online to maintain your business’s platform while you worry about other basic assets about your business.
It basically changes how online developers meet their criteria for their IT software. Cloud computing is always advancing and changing each year so that it will work better for personal uses and business uses.
Introduction to Cloud Computing
As we all are aware of a typical java web application architecture, Its generally follows a multi-tier architecture. Generally one tier for UI (user interface), one for business logic and one for data base. For a web application we need an application server or web server e.g. JBOSS or Apache tomcat and a database server like Oracle 10g. If your application is for small number for users or customesr then you need not to think about scalability and availability, but if your application is going to be use by huge numbers of users e.g. google and facebook than you must think if you application is able to handle huge number of request per second, or in simple words, you must need to think about the load your application can handle.
What is the cloud?
Cloud is a big word today in technology. It is not just a word. It is a trend. Everyone is talking about cloud. So what exactly cloud is. It just the technology of distributed data processing in which some scalable information resources and capacities are provided as a service to multiple external customers through Internet technology.
The Hybrid Cloud is mixture of public and private cloud. However, the critical activities are performed using private cloud while the non-critical activities are performed using public cloud. Hybrid clouds are a combination of the public and the private cloud using services that are in both the public and private space.
What is the Private Cloud
The Private Cloud allows systems and services to be accessible within an organization. It offers increased security because of its private nature. Private clouds exist within your company’s firewall and are managed by your organization. They are cloud services you create and control within your enterprise.