Cloud reference architecture as per nist

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Cloud reference architecture as per nist

  1. 1. Cloud reference Architecture
  2. 2. Cloud reference Architecture Here the CLOUD RESOURCES offers or provide computing power that are required for providing the services to the customers. This layer of reference model is implemented by using a datacenter(a large group of networked computer servers typically used by organizations for the remote storage, processing, or distribution of large amounts of data ) in which there are hundreds and thousands of computer systems are linked together.  the cloud infrastructure can be of in different natures because of the availability of various resources. The database systems and other storage devices are also be the part of the infrastructure.
  3. 3. Cloud reference Architecture The core middleware manages the physical infrastructure whose objectives is to provide the run time environment for applications and to utilize the resources. Virtualization technologies are used to guarantee runtime environment customization and quality of service. By using virtual machine technology it is possible to partition the hardware resources to meet the requirements of user. The cloud applications are the one who meets with the requirements of the user. These applications are available as per the demand of the user.
  4. 4. Cloud reference Architecture In this case the user has no need to build its own system everything which he requires will be available on rent. Infrastructure management is the key function of core middleware which supports capabilities such as negotiation of the quality of service, execution management, monitoring of services, accounting and billing.

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