Cloud Computing

Cloud computing is internet based computing where servers use a common network and they allow data to be centralized and online access to computers services or resources. There are several companies that have integrated cloud computing into their businesses called cloud solutions. Some of these businesses are Amazon, Google, and Aerospace. They’re cloud solutions are both similar and different in many ways. Amazons cloud solution is called SEC (Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud).

It works fast, allowing you to obtain and boot a new server in minutes. The service runs within Amazon’s proven network infrastructure and data centers. You pay a very low rate for the compute capacity you get. With SEC you can play by hour which is called on-demand instances, pay for a reserved number of instances with a one time payment with reserved instances and spot instances which allow customers to bid on unused capacity and run the instances until the bid fell under the Spot Price. With Amazon there is no minimum fee.

You pay for what you use. Amazon SEC currently supports enhanced networking capabilities using SIR-VIVO (Single Root 1/0 Fertilization). Google Cloud Platform has a program called Cloud SQL, Store and manage data using a fully-managed, relational Myself database. Google handles replication, patch management and database management to ensure availability and performance. It stores data 1 Gaper day. Google Translate API provides a simple programmatic interface for translating an arbitrary string into any supported language.