Cloud computing implies storage of data online rather than the hard drive of your computer where information are stored. It is often simply referred to as the cloud. It is becoming excessively popular with many leading organisations adopting this technology.
Examples of Cloud Computing
# Apple iCloud – used basically for online storage, backup and synchronisation of mail and contacts among various apple devices like iOS, Mac or OS. Another significant utility is in Find My iPhone application where missing handsets can be located.
# Google Drive – is essentially unadulterated cloud computing service, where it enables to work with all the cloud applications like Google Docs, Google Sheets and Google Slides. Many services provided by Google can be considered as cloud computing. For example, Google Maps and Gmail.
# Amazon Cloud Drive – storage is mainly for music, images and anything digital.
Improved Security as the information or data become centralised.
Extremely reliable and considerably significant in disaster recovery and management.
Sharing of information among multiple users simultaneously is possible
Performance can be monitored
Data can be stored and provided on a need of the time basis, and this can be increased or decreased based on the need and usage.
What are the qualifications expected of a cloud computing expert? Basic undergraduate qualification in Information Technology or computer Science is a must. The focus will be on the skills and knowledge of Internet, Java and .NET Adequate knowledge of virtualisation is appreciable. Project management skills are also essential Business and financial skills are definitely needed. Understanding of security protocols Analytical skills Skills in developing and managing mobile applications Certifications in cloud with knowledge in container-clustering technology mainly Docker Certifications can be AWS, Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud Platform, Cloud Computing Architecture(IBM), Certified Cloud professional(CCP) etc.
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