It is the first type of cloud computing where the service provider keeps all the data of its host on a virtual machine. It provides services, hardware ,software etc on the behave of its users. These also provide services like maintenance, backup etc on behave of its users. Infrastructure as a Service(IaaS) systems are well suited in condition where data is temporary and Rapidly changed. Service providers charge on the bases of either storage consumed on the virtual machine with by per hour usage. Major drawback of Infrastructure as a Service(IaaS) is whenever the services are temporary unavailable these may affect the users work. Leading service providers include IBM Smart Cloud Enterprise.
limitationsThese provide virtual machine to its customers to create an IT center in these machines. Virtual machines are located on remote servers that have networks which are divided into different data centers. Here hardware can be used by many people at once thus this decreases their cost of installing hardware in their separate offices.
Future doorsIn future these type of cloud computing along with tangible user interfaces can be used to gather requirements from people around the globe. With the using of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) systems we can create software or systems for people all across the world. We can also use these two technologies in combination for the treatment of people in the field of medicine; the patient will place all his/her details over the virtual machine used by a specific hospital and the doctor can view it and after consulting with other doctors he/she can treat the patient using tangible user interface.04-10-16
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