CLOUD COMPUTING: A REVIEW OF PAAS, IAAS, SAAS SERVICES AND PROVIDERS

María Sala-Zárate, Luis Colombo-Mendoza

Resumen


Cloud computing has become an important factor for businesses, developers, workers, because it provides tools and Web applications that allows storing information on external servers. Also, Cloud computing offers advantages such as: cost reduction, information access from anywhere, to mention but a few. Nowadays, there are several Cloud computing providers such as: Google Apps, Zoho, AppEngine, Amazon E2C, among others. These providers offer Software, Infrastructure or Platform as a Service. Taking this into account, this paper presents a general review of Cloud computing providers in order to allow users, enterprises, and developers select the one that meets their needs.

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Cloud computing; IaaS; PaaS; SaaS

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