Since few years ago and according to reports from the most prestigious international information technology analyst firms, cloud computing represents the next wave in the IT world, not only for organizations but for every one of us, today and in the near future.
Using a CLoud-based data processing service, one’s own or a third party and contracted in time, depending on the specific needs of these uses, follows the pattern of pay-per-use, a paradigm that lives closer to the specific needs and the greater or lower demand for resources required by these entities and the final users of this technology.
This service-based paradigm is organized around three main types, depending on the level of resources required in organizations:
They cover virtually all the current needs of any consumer, from an individual or end user (SaaS and PaaS) to a large corporation, through self-government and small and medium enterprises.
But. Is this model feasible ? Consider the following diagram.
- Predicts 2014: Cloud Descends on the Data Center (talend.com)
- PaaS adoption upswing predicted for 2014; will it last? (searchcloudcomputing.techtarget.com)
- Demystifying 4 myths around PaaS (gigaom.com)