Cloud computing is a concept of understanding in order to create a framework for local online (LAN) computing and global (internet) where there are various applications and data and storage media that can be accessed and used in shared (shared service) and concurrent (simultaneous access) by diverse users – from individuals to corporate or corporate user classes. You can visit our website and find out about serverless cloud computing.
Of course, every new technology that is developed must have advantages over the previous one. in this case, the old technology is that conventional servers will be limited by the number of core processors, hard disks and memory. With existing physical limitations, it is not possible to burden a conventional server with maximum load. If the resource runs out, we usually have to reinstall all applications and data on a larger capacity server and migrate all existing applications to the new server. It will take 1-2 days to prepare a new server, even if all the processes are going well.
The interesting thing about Cloud Computing on Conventional Server listening Appeals is:
Physically in the form of a collection of hardware/servers that are connected in a network (LAN / WAN). But from the side, users can see it as a large computer.
There is no limit to the capacity of the processor, hard disk capacity and memory capacity.
There is no limit to the number of “hosting” servers running behind it.
Adding “hosting” only takes a few minutes.
If there is a lack of resources (resources), both processor, hard disk and memory, we can easily add additional servers and can directly integrate into cloud networks. It took around 20 minutes to prepare an empty/new server to be able to integrate into the cloud network.
The mechanism of access to cloud computing “may” be carried out in a variety of ways – ranging from standard LAN and intranet access with a little agent or client applications to extranet access and the internet through browsers connected to an application portal from cloud computing service providers. The application protocol used can also vary, but this is not too significant when viewed from the end user side, where end users know enough about how to access and use the services contained in Cloud computing.