Dealing with Internet-based programs

Cloud System Application

Cloud-based is a term that refers to applications, services or resources made available to users on demand via the Internet from a cloud computing provider's servers.

What is Cloud Application?

A cloud application is an Internet-based program where some, or all, of the processing logic and data storage is processed in the cloud. The user interacts with the application via a web browser or a mobile application, and the data processing is managed by a combination of the local device and a cloud computing solution. From the user’s perspective, the cloud application behaves like a standard website, but the computing and data processing are handled by the cloud via an API (application program interface) or a hybrid of both.

Cloud Application Categories

SaaS – Software as a Service

The most common category and the one that most users are already familiar with, this is a third party cloud application where the third party not only supplies the hardware for running the application, but also the software application. Using a SaaS solution eliminates the need to buy expensive equipment, expensive licensing and they provide support for the hardware and software.

IaaS – Infrastructure as a Service

IaaS is where a third party provides the infrastructure and infrastructure support in the cloud, but the software designer supplies the middleware, the applications, and the application support. Middleware is the software between the operating system and the application, used to give extended features to the operating system functions and simplify programming.

PaaS – Platform as a Service

PaaS is similar to IaaS, but it also includes some of the software, middleware, and operating systems. The PaaS supplier takes care of supporting the hardware and the software they provide. They also keep the software up to date. The developer provides the applications and the application support.

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Why Cloud Application?

It’s an approach that brings together the best for the visitors. Now that you know what types of cloud applications are out there, let’s understand in what ways it benefits you.

  1. Keep Costs Down:Since the majority of the processing power and storage is handled remotely, cloud applications could reduce the cost of your infrastructure – no need to maintain your own servers – as well as the cost of supporting your applications onsite. Depending on what software you are using locally, subscribing to a similar SaaS product could drastically reduce your licensing costs as well.
  2. Accessibility:Cloud applications aren’t tied to a single machine – you can access and interact with the application from wide variety of devices safely and securely from any Internet connection.
  3. Reliability: Cloud applications have access to more computing resources than it would be feasible to have onsite. Your applications can rapidly scale without an increase in your capital costs. Better yet, this scaling can be dynamic so you’ll only use the resources when you need them.
  4. Standardization: When applications are hosted on trusted partners such as Google, they are guaranteed to be reliable and accessible. It also ensures that your data is safely and securely backed up remotely. Furthermore, it’s easy to ensure that everyone in your organization is working from the same version of the cloud application.

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