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Use of Storage as Service for Online Operating System in Cloud Computing

Piyush Saxena
M.Tech (CS&E)
Amity University,
Noida, India piyushisgenius@gmail.com Satyajit Padhy
M.Tech (CS&E)
Amity University,
Noida, India satayjitpadhyewit@gmail.com Praveen Kumar
Assistant Professor,
Amity University,
Noida, India pkumar3@amity.edu Abstract— Cloud computing has made it possible to make system boot using online operating system thus saving both primary and secondary memory because the data is on centralized data centre located outside the organization which is highly secure. It is not in computer memory so that it can be accessed anywhere. It also saves money as one doesn’t need to buy any expensive hardware to access the particular software in your computer. Cloud computing is a highly scalable pay-per-use IT capabilities. Now a days, software is very much expensive which even MNC’s don’t want to purchase it due to various factors which is:-Not reliable, Highly expensive which is very costly to install it on 1000’s of computers, If any error occurrence it takes 1-2 days to solve which is a big loss for organization. So, here is the simple solution i.e. cloud computing which makes organization more productive due to low cost of software with high-end features, highly reliable, low maintenance cost, problems solving immediately and Highly secure.

Cloud computing allows consumers and businesses to use application without installation and access their personal files at any computer with internet access. Speed up the calculations and processes. Provide multi tenancy features. Cloud Computing is a Computing in which services and software are provided over the Internet (“cloud”) which is very cheap and affordable. Cloud computing is on demand access to virtualized IT resources that are housed outside of your own data centre,…...

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