What is Intercloud?
What is Intercloud?
The Intercloud cloud computing concept proposes that every single cloud does not have infinite physical resources or a ubiquitous geographic footprint. If a cloud saturates the computational and storage resources of its infrastructure or is requested to use resources in a geography where it has no footprint, it would still be able to satisfy such requests for service allocations sent from its clients. The Intercloud scenario would address such situations where each cloud would use the computational, storage, or any kind of resource of the infrastructures of other clouds.
This is analogous to the way the Internet works, in that a service provider, to which an endpoint is attached, will access or deliver traffic from/to source/destination addresses outside of its service area by using Internet routing protocols with other service providers with whom it has a pre-arranged exchange or peering relationship. It is also analogous to the way mobile operators implement roaming and inter-carrier interoperability.
What do you mean by Inter cloud?
The concept of Intercloud was first introduced to the world in 2008 when Cisco- the global leader in IT and networking, started it as a research project. Before this, no one was aware of what is inter cloud. Later, it was taken over by IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) to improve the functionality of existing cloud networks.
Later in early 2009, it gained popularity and was regarded as the data center of the future. Since then, Intercloud in cloud computing is a common term used in cloud computing services.
What the benefits are of inter cloud?
Intercloud systems enable organizations to take complete control of their application on the cloud and use corporate data anywhere, anytime. It offers seamless connectivity and addresses common organizational issues, like security, performance, and flexibility. The extension is beneficial for companies that deliver cloud services to multiple users globally.
What is intercloud in cloud computing?
Intercloud or ‘cloud of clouds’ is a common term used for the cloud in cloud computing. It’s a theoretical model that combines individual clouds to create a seamless mass network. Intercloud enables a cloud to take advantage of all pre-existing resources available with other cloud providers.
It simply ensures that a cloud can use all the available resources beyond their limits for fast inter-cloud file transfer.
What is difference between public and private cloud?
As the name suggests, it’s a cloud service that organizations use for their own applications. It means no user other than the organization will get access to this cloud service.
In the public cloud, different users will get access to the same cloud service. Still, it ensures security as each user’s data and applications remain hidden from other users. Like all other cloud services, it runs on remote servers managed by the service provider. Users will get access to cloud services over the Internet.
Let us look at the pros to better understand what is the difference between public and private cloud?
Pros of Using Public Cloud Services:
- Cost Saving
- Less Server Management
Pros of Using Private Cloud Services
- Control Benefits
- Security & Privacy