Benefits and challenges of three cloud computing service models

@article{Gibson2012BenefitsAC,
  title={Benefits and challenges of three cloud computing service models},
  author={Joel Gibson and Robin Rondeau and Darren Eveleigh and Qing Tan},
  journal={2012 Fourth International Conference on Computational Aspects of Social Networks (CASoN)},
  year={2012},
  pages={198-205}
}
Cloud computing can be defined as the use of new or existing computing hardware and virtualization technologies to form a shared infrastructure that enables web-based value added services. The three predominant service models are infrastructure, platform, and software-asa-service. Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) can be defined as the use of servers, storage, and virtualization to enable utility like services for users. Security is a big concern within IaaS, especially considering that the… CONTINUE READING
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