The Future of Cloud Computing

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( — December 14, 2021) — A cloud computing environment is a setting in which hardware and software are delivered via the Internet (usually). An abstraction of a rather complex infrastructure enabling the exchange of software, hardware, computations, and remote services, cloud computing gets its name from a cloud-shaped symbol. So, it’s worth asking: what are the benefits of cloud computing?

Computing in the cloud is done on a remote machine, which is often not the one that is currently being used. Remote servers (also called cloud servers) store and process the data collected during this process. The cloud is accessed by a device that doesn’t need to work as hard.

Cloud servers allow individual computers to free up memory and processing power by hosting software, platforms, and databases remotely. A provider’s credentials can be used to access cloud services securely.

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Benefits of cloud computing to you

● Rapid deployment – High speed

Cloud computing has revolutionized the agility and speed of software development by enabling new instances to be spun up in seconds. 

● Cost reduction and efficiency

In addition to saving money, cloud infrastructure also reduces costs associated with downtime. Cloud systems have very little downtime, so spending time and money on resolving potential downtime-related issues isn’t necessary.

● Updating and integrating software automatically

The cloud enables rapid innovation, releasing more features to the end-users on a weekly, monthly, and sometimes even daily basis since new software forms can be tested and deployed easily. 

● Information Security

The cloud’s advanced security features ensure the safety of your data. Granular permission controls and federated roles help users restrict access to sensitive data to individuals who need to access it and, as a result, minimize the attack surface for malicious actors. For example, bad bots.

● Ability to scale

It is different for each company to have its own IT requirements. For instance, a company with 1,000+ employees has very different IT requirements than a startup. By implementing the cloud, enterprises are enabled to efficiently – and quickly – scale their IT departments to match business demands.