Study on an Extended and Granular Classification of Cloud’s Taxonomy and Services
Cloud computing has recently been advanced as one of the most admired computing models in the field of knowledge that concerns distributed information systems to serve the world as a cloud society. In order to differentiate from its core descendants such as grid computing, geographical information systems, and distributed system, distributed, virtualization and service-oriented design have provided ascendancy to cloud computing. Though cloud computing dominates e-society, progress is still under review. The architecture of the taxonomy of the cloud and its services are very critical cloudification issues because under its umbrella some new advances and innovations are attached every day. The suggested taxonomy captures the principles of cloud computing in a straightforward way, and is therefore quite suitable for cloud computing to be understood. Having a simple taxonomy helps one to define explicitly the group in which our issue falls. In this paper, we proposed an expanded and granular classification of cloud computing taxonomy and defined services, which is a systematic cloud ontology that will help researchers and stakeholders better understand, create, and incorporate their lives with cloud technology and services.
Shah Murtaza Rashid Al Masud
Department of Computer Science, IIC University of Technology, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia and College of Computer Science and Information Systems, Najran University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Mahmood Ul Hassan
Department of Computer Science, IIC University of Technology, Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia and Department of Computer Skills, Preparatory Year, Najran University, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
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