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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 6, June 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Brief Comparison Of Cloud’s Emerging Services: A Literature Review

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AUTHOR(S)

Hina Noor, Dr. Babur Hayat Malik, Madiha Khatoon, Hafiz Wajid Ali, Rashida Nasim

 

KEYWORDS

Cloud, Cloud Computing, Emerging cloud computing services, Service Selection, Quality of Service.

 

ABSTRACT

Because of cloud computing relative novelty and exploding growth it is an exciting area for research. The paths ahead in computer science world are defined by cloud computing; is now becoming the most sought after technology in the IT industry. Cloud is a collection of computer resources and provides over a million services to its user. The user-friendly environment and many services are provided by the cloud. Cloud computing is a computing model that uses the Internet to share information and resources to computers and software and other devices. Google, Microsoft, IBM and Amazon are the current cloud service provider. The evolution of cloud computing in terms of on-demand service can handle such massive data. Cloud computing provides us with a variety of services, such as infrastructure one service (IAAS), platform one service (PAAS) and software one service (SAAS). With the popularity of cloud computing, the number of cloud service providers and services has increased significantly. So it becomes a challenging task for cloud users to select the best cloud services. This paper defines the comparative study of emerging cloud computing services. This paper allows for quick separation of different computer cloud functions and makes it easy to compare. Based on the existing research, this review provides more detailed features and hierarchies. We hope this review paper encourage further research interest and also visualizes numerous instructions for future research in cloud computing.

 

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