Cloud Computing

The provision of computing services via the cloud is known as cloud computing (servers, storage, databases, networks, software, analytics, etc.) Like a utility, cloud computing relies on resource sharing to produce synergies and economies of scale. Cloud providers are organisations that provide computer services and often charge for cloud computing services depending on consumption.
Cloud computing makes computer resources and services available on demand. Users may quickly create the infrastructure they need, including computing instances and cloud-based storage resources, link cloud services, upload datasets, and run analytics in the cloud. Users can commit virtually unlimited resources to the public cloud, use them for as long as they're needed, and then ignore the environment, paying only for the resources and services they actually use.
  • Track 1-1 Cloud Computing Applications
  • Track 2-2 Cloud Automation and Optimization
  • Track 3-3 High Performance Computing (HPC)
  • Track 4-4 Mobile Cloud Computing

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