Introduction of Cloud Computing and Survey of Simulation Software for Cloud

Mayank Aggarwal

Abstract


Cloud computing is a buzzword opening doors to a new technology. However there are different definitions of cloud computing still there is no common consequences. Some feel it is purely a business perspective others take it as a research challenge. Researchers find it difficult to work on this concept as implementing a cloud is a costly affair and simulations software are not too common. In this paper we cover the concept of cloud in detail and also focuses on different software which can be used for research purpose in cloud computing.


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