From a Public Service to Secure Cloud Platforms, Cloud Computing has Come a Long Way

From a Public Service to Secure Cloud Platforms, Cloud Computing has Come a Long Way

Albany, NY (PRWEB) February 04, 2015

This new research report is based on the first quarter of 2013 and offers the reporting of the global public cloud costing with an evaluation in comparison with virtual CPU, bandwidth, and storage pricing for major providers. It also provides examples for the pricing trends and a prediction for the cloud computing costing and revenues generated over the five-year period during 2014 to 2019.

Cloud computing has emerged over the years from being a public service to a mix of hybrid and privately secure cloud platforms. Cloud computing services were introduced for the first time during the 90s by The firm focused it at companies using CRM applications.

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In 2002, Amazon brought AWS, i.e. Amazon Web Services, which became the market leader in public cloud computing within months by using the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud, also known as EC2. It is supposed that Amazon Web Services has up to five times more computing power than that of its nearest competitors jointly have.

From 2006 onwards, Infrastructure as a Service, also known as IaaS, was introduced as a ‘pay as you go’ model for IT services. Amazon was the first to launch its IaaS platform in 2006. IaaS platforms are utilized to make cloud services available for service providers and large companies and permit an element of customization.

In 2008, Google came up with its Google App engine for the first time, which is used by numerous cloud providers and telecom operators to obtain their own cloud service.

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In 2009, Microsoft introduced its first Windows Azure cloud computing platform that is also sold through Microsoft ISVs and third party reseller channels, as well as directly to end users through the Microsoft sales channel and from the internet.

The report consists of four chapters, which includes defining ‘the cloud’ and the cloud services offered, cloud computing services and pricing models, major cloud computing players and cloud computing pricing, and pricing trends from the end of 2014 to the end of 2019.

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The report also includes company profiles of major players in the cloud computing industry. The key companies in the cloud computing industry are Joyent, Google, Dell, SingTel, Cisco Systems, Orange Business Services (OBS), T-Systems, Sri Lanka Telecom (SRT), AT&T, Interxion, Portugal Telecom (PT), Savvis (Centurylink), CTERA Networks, Telefonica, BT Global Services Equinix, EMC, CSC (Computer Sciences Corporation), SunGard Availability Services, Navisite, COLT Telecom, Rackspace Hosting, HP, VMware, PLDT (Philippines), Dimension Data, Apple, TelecityGroup, NTT Communications, Oracle, Vodafonem, Accenture, Telecom Italia, Citrix, Amazon Web Services (AWS), IBM (SoftLayer), SAP, Fujitsu,, OVH, Level (3), KPN, BMC Software, Verizon, and Microsoft.

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