Big Data and Cloud Computing Technology
For the last couple of years, Big Data and Cloud Computing technology has taken over the traditional hard disks for the purpose of data storage. It allows to share and access data for business needs quickly & easily. This emerging trend in the IT infrastructure has helped several businesses to re-evaluate their services, expand and generate more revenue.
The conventional models of collating, accessing, visualizing and analyzing exceptionally large volumes of data are often challenging. This structured, semi-structured and unstructured data often in petabytes and exabytes, called Big Data, has faced challenges of time, volume, speed and security. The need for efficiency and cost effectiveness in computing has created a data pool with smart and safe computing methods.
Nowadays, companies are transitioning from the traditional database and software techniques to Big Data Cloud computing in order to process and improve their operations. The catch-phrase Big Data is usually associated with cloud computing.
Organizations willing to be a part of this rapid change can benefit by making a well-considered decision while choosing the most appropriate cloud for their computing needs. They can choose from Public Cloud, Private Cloud or Hybrid Cloud depending upon their needs.
- Private Clouds
Private Clouds are exclusively dedicated to specific organizations owing to their security requirements. They provide encryption to the data besides preventing accidental and malicious access through shared resources. The cloud providers may offer storage, transfer and restrict access to specific geographical locations in compliance with the regulations and policies. Private clouds are expensive in comparison to the Public or Hybrid Clouds and are subject to significant monetary risks.
- Public Clouds
Public Clouds are the inexpensive physical option wherein storage, processing, data transfers and resources are shared. However, customers can have private visualised computing environment and exclusive data storage as an added advantage. Organisations can store their non-sensitive data in the Public Cloud. Users can pay for the services that they utilize. This way it is cost effective for them. In addition to its cost effectiveness, the domain can fulfil most of the computing requirements of the clients. The availability of Public Clouds through internet connection enables the user to easily access; and completes their work, irrespective of their location.
- Hybrid Clouds
Hybrid Clouds include the integration of the Private and Public Clouds. The organisations merge these clouds to perform specialised functions within their organisation. This is a cost effective and secured feature for organisations to carry-out their work demands. This offers data security, vast storage and expansive scalability in addition to precision, portability of data applications and efficiency via Hybrid Clouds. Hybrid model, however, may need an internal IT back-up in case of electricity failure; and an organisation may have to use multiple cloud services.
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