5G gains significant publicity. Despite this, the uncertainty in the transition from 4G to 5G remains the hot topic to discuss along with its benefits, health impacts, impacts on business and economy, etc. The fast pace of implementation of 5G technology by many countries certainly takes the globe in a technological advancement era. The journey from voice calls to video streaming is an example of improved technology and better possibilities in every sector. The introduction of 5G must be proved to be a milestone in technology advancement. It is way more effective and technical than 4G which brought higher internet … Continue reading The Advantages of 5G
5G is the fifth generation of cellular networks which a few cellular phone companies started deploying worldwide in 2019. Delivering up to 10-20 Gigabits-per-seconds (Gbps) peak data rates and 100+ Megabits-per-seconds (Mbps) average data rates, 5G is almost up to 100 times faster than 4G. It creates never-before-seen opportunities for business and people and promises more than just a faster network. Faster connectivity speeds, redefining the network, transforming industries and day-to-day life, greater bandwidth, etc. builds a bridge to the future. A future which is more sustainable and more tech-savvy. Some of the services by 5G such as e-health, improved … Continue reading What is 5G? Everything to Know About 5G.
Virtualisation is creating a virtual version of something i.e. converting physical IT resources into virtual IT resources. IT resources like servers, storage, network, power can be virtualised. Virtualisation process starts with the allocation of IT resources followed by the installation of an operating system. Virtualisation software operates on a physical server called a host or physical host. Virtualisation software sometimes called a Virtual Machine Monitor/Manager (VMM) or commonly as a Hypervisor and its functionality encompasses system services that are strictly related to virtual machine management that does not find on standard operating systems. This technology also enables different virtual servers … Continue reading Virtualisation Technology: An Overview
Cloud computing was a rare name in the corporate and commercial arena until 2006 when Amazon launched its ‘Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2)’. Since then cloud computing has become popular day-by-day and gained the status of ‘the most reliable and necessary resources’ in the commercial world. Cloud computing offers ease to scalability and elasticity for IT-enabled capabilities in a pay-per-use, or self-service way and safely transfers data from physical locations to the cloud that can be accessed remotely. The cloud models also have essential characteristics. Cloud providers and consumers can assess these characteristics either individually or collectively or both to consider … Continue reading Characteristics of Cloud Computing
Cloud services are delivered by a specific and a pre-packaged combination of IT resources known as cloud delivery models offered by a cloud provider. A cloud delivery model is also considered as a cloud service delivery model. The common type of cloud delivery models which are widely accepted and established: Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) Platform-as-a-service (PaaS) Software-as-a-service (SaaS) These three models are interrelated in terms of encompassing one-another and have their own sets of benefits that could serve the needs of various businesses. Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) – It is a complete IT environment, includes hardware, software, network, connectivity, operating systems, and other raw … Continue reading Cloud Delivery Models
A hybrid cloud refers to a combination of public and private computing environment where both public and private clouds are firmly interlinked as one combined infrastructure. It provides management, orchestration, and application portability between them to create a single flexible cloud infrastructure for running the organisation’s workloads. A hybrid cloud service is composed of some combinations of private, public, and community cloud services. The combination may go like at least 1 public cloud and at least 1 private cloud, 2 or more public cloud, or 2 or more private cloud. Hybrid cloud service allows user to extend their capability or … Continue reading What Is a Hybrid Cloud?
Cloud is certainly one of the trendy technologies and is a shift in the tradition of computing ensuring faster methods of coming up with computing solutions, infrastructure solutions and application layers. Cloud computing is nothing but a model or network where a program or applications accessed by many devices or servers at a time run. In layman language, it is a virtual storage, and can also be accessed remotely. Thus, it rewards users with cost savings, increased productivity, performance, efficiency, and security. Public cloud, Private cloud, and Hybrid cloud are the cloud deployment model. Public Cloud Public cloud is delivered … Continue reading Difference Between Public, Private, and Hybrid Cloud.
A Private cloud is a cloud deployment model operated solely for a single organisation which is hosted and managed either internally or by a third party. It is also known as the internal or corporate cloud. It affords many benefits of Public Cloud including additional control and customization available from dedicated resources over a computing infrastructure hosted on-premises. Private clouds are the internet-based platforms allowing the clients or organisations to share computing devices, information, and resources on demand. It means allocating resources and scaling up the entire system based on organisation’s/client’s needs. An organisation can build a private cloud on … Continue reading Private Cloud – Definition, Advantages, and Disadvantages.
The Public cloud is a cloud deployment model that is delivered over the public internet to multiple users or customers by the third-party providers. This can be offered as a paid service or free of charge to anyone who wishes to purchase or use them. Public cloud service providers may offer cloud-based services like Iaas (Infrastructure as a service), Paas (Platform as a service), and Saas (Software as a service) to users on monthly or pay-per-use charges providing no need to hosting these services on-site in their own data center. Public Cloud can save customers or clients from the expensive … Continue reading Public Cloud: Definition, Features, Advantages, and Disadvantages
Cloud computing is the on-demand availability of computer services like data storage, application migration, etc. based on the “pay-as-you-go” model. Instead of saving and recording file/s in hard drives or manually handled registers, cloud-based storage facilitates to save them to a remote database for lifelong. Cloud computing gains popularity for screening and gathering data for fireballs, intrusion identification, counteractive action framework, etc. and rewarding cost savings, increased productivity, performance, efficiency, and security. The availability of cloud-based services is limited to private cloud (single customer based) and public cloud (shared with multiple customers). Cloud computing in layman language is a virtual … Continue reading Cloud Computing – A Brief Description.