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A Cloud Computing Survey: Developments and Future Trends in Infrastructure as a Service Computing

@article{Ward2013ACC,
  title={A Cloud Computing Survey: Developments and Future Trends in Infrastructure as a Service Computing},
  author={Jonathan Stuart Ward and Adam Barker},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2013},
  volume={abs/1306.1394}
}
Cloud computing is a recent paradigm based around the notion of delivery of resources via a service model over the Internet. Despite being a new paradigm of computation, cloud computing owes its origins to a number of previous paradigms. The term cloud computing is well defined and no longer merits rigorous taxonomies to furnish a definition. Instead this survey paper considers the past, present and future of cloud computing. As an evolution of previous paradigms, we consider the predecessors… 
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