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Cloud computing in the year 2010

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  • 1. Cloud computing in the year 2010 Introduction: The drone around cloud computing has been reached so high in recent trend from the year 2009 to till date. Even though there are hype for cloud computing, there is a widespread identification and acceptance that the operational and economic model of cloud computing will transform IT over the next few years. The year 2009, which was a year of uncertainty, reduced budgets and cautious recovery for most in the IT industry, it is believed that we are at a peak point for extensive adoption of cloud services in the year 2010. Here are some of the cloud computing predictions for the upcoming year: Predictions: 1. Propaganda replaced by realistic acceptance 2. Transformation from ‘VMs on Demand’ to Cloud Computing 3. Emergence of Best Practices 4. Cloud Consolidation 5. The climb of Cloud Consulting Let us see each predictions of upcoming year regarding the cloud computing one by one. 1. Propaganda replaced by realistic acceptance Many projects or enterprises see the possible of the cloud computing model, but have been trying to understand the proven use cases before taking the plunge. Fortunately, we’ve seen many early adopters lead the way this year and there is an rising agreement around the top scenarios which take
  • 2. advantage of the scalable, multi-tenant and on-demand nature of cloud computing. These scenarios include: a. Development and Test, b. IT Proof-of-Concepts (POCs), c. Scalable Web Hosting, d. Email hosting services, e. Collaboration and f. Grid Computing In 2010 we see these scenarios became well-defined outline for enterprise adoption of cloud services. 2. Transformation from ‘VMs on Demand’ to Cloud Computing We now see a swing of companies that offers ‘Virtual Machines on Demand’ for few cents per hour. However, it still requires organization to do much of the work to make these ‘Infrastructure-as-a-Service’ offerings available to their employees. Over the next year, we’ll see vendors who offer cloud services as complete solutions win over basic infrastructure offerings. For example, the solutions that help integrating internal and external clouds provide enterprise single sign-on and security, offer billing and refunding mechanisms, enable business processes and workflow, and automate complex tasks will prove more valuable to enterprise customers that uses cloud computing than hosted virtual machines. 3. Emergence of Best Practices In the year 2009 through early adopters the definition for cloud computing at different scenarios were defined but in 2010 it will be the year of following
  • 3. best practices in cloud computing. As more and more IT users gain experience with cloud services, this knowledge will broadcast in the industry and best practices around security, networking, custom cloud, application architecture and IT policies will become common. It will also include best practices around negotiating service level agreements (SLAs) and contracts. 4. Cloud Consolidation As more and more organizations adopting cloud solutions, we can see vendors differing from on support and services, enterprise integration and pricing models, performance and SLAs. In respect to vendors differentiating their offerings, we can also able to see some consolidation in the industry as major vendors may look for developing their portfolio of offerings through their existing channels and sales ventures. Obviously, it is likely that some early cloud service agencies will gain grip to protect enterprises from negotiating with different vendors around SLAs and pricing. 5. The climb of Cloud Consulting Taking the view or high interest in cloud computing and organizations looking for fair advice in the face of a puzzling vendor background. We can able to see consulting practices building around design and implementation of the major cloud situation. Initially, it will be driven by boutique consulting ventures, but by the end of 2010 we can see many of the major players will offer consulting practices and advice for migrating to the cloud- based infrastructure. Conclusion: In 2010 - the year of practicality, keep your eyes on these fashions as they will no uncertainty, outline the next chapter of cloud computing. eGrove System Corporation has already in the business of the IT Infrastructure and Web hosting through its partner - 'KrishSpace' - a specialized Web Hosting Service provider. Now, eGrove Systems Corporation is also
  • 4. planning to widen its activity through this new trend of Cloud Computing and Cloud based IT Infrastructure development eGrove Systems is a leading global IT solutions provider with ISO 9001: 2000 certified development facility in India. Our services are web development services, Search engine optimization services and remote mysql DBA access. Keywords: Web development services, web hosting service, egrove systems, search engine optimization, infrastructure, remote mysql DBA, web hosting, portfolios, request quote, open source products _______________________

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