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3 ABOUT THE TUTORIAL Cloud Computing Tutorial Cloud Computing provides us a means by which we can access the applications as utilities, over the internet. It allows us to create, configure, and customize the business applications online. This tutorial will take you through a step-by-step approach while learning Cloud Computing concepts. Audience This reference has been prepared for the beginners to help them to understand the basic-to-advanced concepts related to Cloud Computing. This tutorial will give you enough understanding on Cloud Computing concepts from where you can take yourself to a higher level of expertise. Prerequisites Before proceeding with this tutorial, you should have basic knowledge of Computers, Internet, Database and Networking concepts. Such basic knowledge will help you in understanding the Cloud Computing concepts and move fast on the learning track. Copyright & Disclaimer Notice All the content and graphics on this tutorial are the property of tutorialspoint.com. Any content from tutorialspoint.com or this tutorial may not be redistributed or reproduced in any way, shape, or form without the written permission of tutorialspoint.com. Failure to do so is a violation of copyright laws. This tutorial may contain inaccuracies or errors and tutorialspoint provides no guarantee regarding the accuracy of the site or its contents including this tutorial. If you discover that the tutorialspoint.com site or this tutorial content contains some errors, please contact us at
4 Table of Content Cloud Computing Tutorial... 2 Audience... 2 Prerequisites... 2 Copyright & Disclaimer Notice... 2 Cloud Computing - Overview... 9 What is Cloud?... 9 What is Cloud Computing?... 9 Basic Concepts DEPLOYMENT MODELS History Benefits Risks SECURITY & PRIVACY LOCK-IN ISOLATION FAILURE MANAGEMENT INTERFACE COMPROMISE INSECURE OR INCOMPLETE DATA DELETION Characteristics ON DEMAND SELF-SERVICE BROAD NETWORK ACCESS RESOURCE POOLING RAPID ELASTICITY MEASURED SERVICE Cloud Computing - Planning Strategy Planning Phase CLOUD COMPUTING VALUE PROPOSITION CLOUD COMPUTING STRATEGY PLANNING Cloud Computing Tactics Planning Phase BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT IT ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT REQUIREMENTS ON QUALITY OF SERVICE DEVELOPMENT TRANSFORMATION PLAN DEVELOPMENT Cloud Computing Deployment Phase CLOUD COMPUTING PROVIDER MAINTENANCE AND TECHNICAL SERVICE Cloud Computing-Technologies Virtualization... 20
5 Service-Oriented Architecture(SOA) Grid Computing Utility Computing Cloud Computing-Architecture FRONT END BACK END Cloud Computing Infrastructure HYPERVISOR MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE DEPLOYMENT SOFTWARE NETWORK SERVER STORAGE Infrastructural Constraints TRANSPARENCY SCALABILITY INTELLIGENT MONITORING SECURITY Public Cloud Model Benefits COST EFFECTIVE RELIABILITY FLEXIBILITY LOCATION INDEPENDENCE UTILITY STYLE COSTING HIGH SCALABILITY Disadvantages LOW SECURITY LESS CUSTOMIZABLE Private Cloud Model HIGHER SECURITY AND PRIVACY MORE CONTROL COST AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY Disadvantages RESTRICTED AREA INFLEXIBLE PRICING LIMITED SCALABILITY ADDITIONAL SKILLS Hybrid Cloud Model... 35
6 Benefits SCALABILITY FLEXIBILITY COST EFFICIENCIES SECURITY Disadvantages NETWORKING ISSUES SECURITY COMPLIANCE INFRASTRUCTURAL DEPENDENCY Community Cloud Model Benefits COST EFFECTIVE SECURITY ISSUES lnfrastructure-as-a-service Benefits FULL CONTROL OVER COMPUTING RESOURCES THROUGH ADMINISTRATIVE ACCESS TO VMS FLEXIBLE AND EFFICIENT RENTING OF COMPUTER HARDWARE. 42 PORTABILITY, INTEROPERABILITY WITH LEGACY APPLICATIONS 42 Issues COMPATIBILITY WITH LEGACY SECURITY VULNERABILITIES VIRTUAL MACHINE SPRAWL ROBUSTNESS OF VM-LEVEL ISOLATION DATA ERASE PRACTICES Characteristics Platform-as-a-Service Benefits LOWER ADMINISTRATIVE OVERHEAD LOWER TOTAL COST OF OWNERSHIP SCALABLE SOLUTIONS MORE CURRENT SYSTEM SOFTWARE Issues LACK OF PORTABILITY BETWEEN PAAS CLOUDS EVENT BASED PROCESSOR SCHEDULING SECURITY ENGINEERING OF PAAS APPLICATIONS Characteristics PaaS Types STAND-ALONE DEVELOPMENT ENVIRONMENTS... 48
7 APPLICATION DELIVERY-ONLY ENVIRONMENTS OPEN PLATFORM AS A SERVICE ADD-ON DEVELOPMENT FACILITIES Software-as-a-Service Characteristics Benefits MODEST SOFTWARE TOOLS EFFICIENT USE OF SOFTWARE LICENSES CENTRALIZED MANAGEMENT & DATA PLATFORM RESPONSIBILITIES MANAGED BY PROVIDERS MULTITENANT SOLUTIONS Issues BROWSER BASED RISKS NETWORK DEPENDENCE LACK OF PORTABILITY BETWEEN SAAS CLOUDS OPEN SAAS AND SOA ldentity-as-a-service Identity Single Sign-On (SSO) SSO WORKING Federated Identity Management (FIDM) OpenID Benefits Network-as-a-Service How NaaS is delivered? Mobile NaaS NaaS Benefits INDEPENDENCE BURSTING RESILIENCE ANALYTICS EASE OF ADDING NEW SERVICE ELEMENTS SUPPORT MODELS ISOLATION OF CUSTOMER TRAFFIC Cloud Computing Management Cloud Management Tasks AUDIT SYSTEM BACKUPS SYSTEM'S DATA FLOW BEWARE OF VENDOR LOCK-IN... 62
8 KNOWING PROVIDER'S SECURITY PROCEDURES MONITOR CAPACITY PLANNING AND SCALING CAPABILITIES MONITOR AUDIT-LOG USE SOLUTION TESTING AND VALIDATION Cloud Computing Data Storage Storage Devices BLOCK STORAGE DEVICES FILE STORAGE DEVICES Cloud Storage Classes UNMANAGED CLOUD STORAGE MANAGED CLOUD STORAGE Creating Cloud Storage System Virtual Storage Containers Challenges Cloud Computing Virtualization Virtualization Concept HYPERVISOR Types of Hardware Virtualization FULL VIRTUALIZATION EMULATION VIRTUALIZATION PARAVIRTUALIZATION Cloud Computing Security Security Planning Understanding Security of Cloud SECURITY BOUNDARIES UNDERSTANDING DATA SECURITY ISOLATED ACCESS TO DATA WORKING OF BROKERED CLOUD STORAGE ACCESS SYSTEM Encryption Cloud Computing Operations Managing Cloud Operations Cloud Computing Applications Business Applications Data Storage and Backup Management Applications Social Applications Entertainment Applications Art Applications Cloud Computing Providers... 80
9 Cloud Computing Challenges SECURITY & PRIVACY PORTABILITY INTEROPERABILITY COMPUTING PERFORMANCE RELIABILITY AND AVAILABILITY Mobile Cloud Computing Architecture Issues EMERGENCY EFFICIENT TRANSMISSION ARCHITECTURAL ISSUES LIVE VM MIGRATION MOBILE COMMUNICATION CONGESTION SECURITY AND PRIVACY... 86
10 CHAPTER 1 Cloud Computing - Overview Cloud Computing provides us a means by which we can access the applications as utilities, over the Internet. It allows us to create, configure, and customize applications online. What is Cloud? The term Cloud refers to a Network or Internet. In other words, we can say that Cloud is something, which is present at remote location. Cloud can provide services over network, i.e., on public networks or on private networks, i.e., WAN, LAN or VPN. Applications such as , web conferencing, customer relationship management (CRM),all run in cloud. What is Cloud Computing? Cloud Computing refers to manipulating, configuring, and accessing the applications online. It offers online data storage, infrastructure and application.
11 We need not to install a piece of software on our local PC and this is how the cloud computing overcomes platform dependency issues. Hence, the Cloud Computing is making our business application mobile and collaborative. Basic Concepts There are certain services and models working behind the scene making the cloud computing feasible and accessible to end users. Following are the working models for cloud computing: Deployment Models Service Models DEPLOYMENT MODELS Deployment models define the type of access to the cloud, i.e., how the cloud is located? Cloud can have any of the four types of access: Public, Private, Hybrid and Community. P U B L I C C L O U D The Public Cloud allows systems and services to be easily accessible to the general public. Public cloud may be less secure because of its openness, e.g., . P R I V A T E C L O U D The Private Cloud allows systems and services to be accessible within an organization. It offers increased security because of its private nature. C O M M U N I T Y C L O U D The Community Cloud allows systems and services to be accessible by group of organizations. H Y B R I D C L O U D The Hybrid Cloud is mixture of public and private cloud. However, the critical activities are performed using private cloud while the non-critical activities are performed using public cloud.
12 SERVICE MODELS Service Models are the reference models on which the Cloud Computing is based. These can be categorized into three basic service models as listed below: 1. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) 2. Platform as a Service (PaaS) 3. Software as a Service (SaaS) There are many other service models all of which can take the form like XaaS, i.e., Anything as a Service. This can be Network as a Service, Business as a Service, Identity as a Service, Database as a Service or Strategy as a Service. The Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) is the most basic level of service. Each of the service models make use of the underlying service model, i.e., each inherits the security and management mechanism from the underlying model, as shown in the following diagram: INFRASTRUCTURE AS A SERVICE (IAAS) IaaS provides access to fundamental resources such as physical machines, virtual machines, virtual storage, etc. PLATFORM AS A SERVIC E (PAAS) PaaS provides the runtime environment for applications, development & deployment tools, etc. SOFTWARE AS A SERVIC E (SAAS) SaaS model allows to use software applications as a service to end users.
13 History The concept of Cloud Computing came into existence in 1950 with implementation of mainframe computers, accessible via thin/static clients. Since then, cloud computing has been evolved from static clients to dynamic ones from software to services. The following diagram explains the evolution of cloud computing: Benefits Cloud Computing has numerous advantages. Some of them are listed below: One can access applications as utilities, over the Internet. Manipulate and configure the application online at any time. It does not require to install a specific piece of software to access or manipulate cloud application. Cloud Computing offers online development and deployment tools, programming runtime environment through Platform as a Service model. Cloud resources are available over the network in a manner that provides platform independent access to any type of clients. Cloud Computing offers on-demand self-service. The resources can be used without interaction with cloud service provider. Cloud Computing is highly cost effective because it operates at higher efficiencies with greater utilization. It just requires an Internet connection. Cloud Computing offers load balancing that makes it more reliable.
14 Risks Although Cloud Computing is a great innovation in the world of computing, there also exist downsides of cloud computing. Some of them are discussed below: SECURITY & PRIVACY It is the biggest concern about cloud computing. Since data management and infrastructure management in cloud is provided by third-party, it is always a risk to handover the sensitive information to such providers. Although the cloud computing vendors ensure more secure password protected accounts, any sign of security breach would result in loss of clients and businesses. LOCK-IN It is very difficult for the customers to switch from one Cloud Service Provider (CSP) to another. It results in dependency on a particular CSP for service. ISOLATION FAILURE This risk involves the failure of isolation mechanism that separates storage, memory, routing between the different tenants.
15 MANAGEMENT INTERFACE COMPROMISE In case of public cloud provider, the customer management interfaces are accessible through the Internet. INSECURE OR INCOMPLETE DATA DELETION It is possible that the data requested for deletion may not get deleted. It happens either because extra copies of data are stored but are not available or disk destroyed also stores data from other tenants. Characteristics There are four key characteristics of cloud computing. They are shown in the following diagram: ON DEMAND SELF-SERVICE Cloud Computing allows the users to use web services and resources on demand. One can logon to a website at any time and use them. BROAD NETWORK ACCESS Since Cloud Computing is completely web based, it can be accessed from anywhere and at any time.
16 RESOURCE POOLING Cloud Computing allows multiple tenants to share a pool of resources. One can share single physical instance of hardware, database and basic infrastructure. RAPID ELASTICITY It is very easy to scale up or down the resources at any time. Resources used by the customers or currently assigned to customers are automatically monitored and resources. It make it possible MEASURED SERVICE Service Models & Deployment Models are described in above section.
17 CHAPTER 2 Cloud Computing - Planning Beforedeploying applications to cloud, it is necessary to consider your business requirements. Following are the issues one must have to think about: Data Security and Privacy Requirement Budget Requirements Type of cloud - public, private or hybrid Data backup requirements Training requirements Dashboard and reporting requirements Client access requirements Data export requirements To meet all of these requirements, it is necessary to have well-compiled planning. Here in this tutorial, we will discuss the various planning phases that must be practised by an enterprise before migrating the entire business to cloud. Each of these planning phases are described in the following diagram:
18 Strategy Planning Phase In this, we analyze the strategy problems that customer might face. There are two steps to perform this analysis: Cloud Computing Value Proposition Cloud Computing Strategy Planning CLOUD COMPUTING VALUE PROPOSITION In this, we analyze the factors influencing the customers when applying cloud computing mode and target the key problems they wish to solve. These key factors are: IT management simplification operation and maintenance cost reduction business mode innovation low cost outsourcing hosting high service quality outsourcing hosting.
19 All of the above analysis helps in decision making for future development. CLOUD COMPUTING STRATEGY PLANNING The strategy establishment is based on the analysis result of the above step. In this step, a strategy document is prepared according to the conditions a customer might face when applying cloud computing mode. Cloud Computing Tactics Planning Phase This step performs analysis of problems and risks in the cloud application to ensure the customers that the cloud computing successfully meet their business goals. This phase involves the following planning steps: Business Architecture Development IT Architecture development Requirements on Quality of Service Development Transformation Plan development BUSINESS ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT In this step, we recognize the risks that might be caused by cloud computing application from a business perspective. IT ARCHITECTURE DEVELOPMENT In this step, we identify the applications that support the business processes and the technologies required to support enterprise applications and data systems. REQUIREMENTS ON QUALITY OF SERVICE DEVELOPMENT Quality of Service refers to the non-functional requirements such as reliability, security, disaster recovery, etc. The success of applying cloud computing mode depends on these non-functional factors. TRANSFORMATION PLAN DEVELOPMENT In this step, we formulate all kinds of plans that are required to transform current business to cloud computing modes. Cloud Computing Deployment Phase This phase focuses on both of the above two phases. It involves the following two steps: Cloud Computing Provider Maintenance and Technical Service
20 CLOUD COMPUTING PROVIDER This step includes selecting a cloud provider on basis of Service Level Agreement (SLA), which defines the level of service the provider will meet. MAINTENANCE AND TECHNICAL SERVICE Maintenance and Technical services are provided by the cloud provider. They must have to ensure the quality of services.
21 CHAPTER 3 Cloud Computing-Technologies Thereare certain technologies that are working behind the cloud computing platforms making cloud computing flexible, reliable, usable. These technologies are listed below: Virtualization Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) Grid Computing Utility Computing Virtualization Virtualization is a technique, which allows to share single physical instance of an application or resource among multiple organizations or tenants (customers). It does so by assigning a logical name to a physical resource and providing a pointer to that physical resource when demanded.
22 The Multitenant architecture offers virtual isolation among the multiple tenants and therefore the organizations can use and customize the application as though they each have its own instance running. Service-Oriented Architecture(SOA) Service-Oriented Architecture helps to use applications as a service for other applications regardless the type of vendor, product or technology. Therefore, it is possible to exchange of data between applications of different vendors without additional programming or making changes to services. cloud_computing-service_oriented_architecture
23 Grid Computing Grid Computing refers to distributed computing in which a group of computers from multiple locations are connected with each other to achieve common objective. These computer resources are heterogeneous and geographically dispersed. Grid Computing breaks complex task into smaller pieces. These smaller pieces are distributed to CPUs that reside within the grid.
24 Utility Computing Utility computing is based on Pay per Use model. It offers computational resources on demand as a metered service. Cloud computing, grid computing, and managed IT services are based on the concept of Utility computing.
25 CHAPTER 4 Cloud Computing-Architecture T he Cloud Computing architecture comprises of many cloud components, each of them are loosely coupled. We can broadly divide the cloud architecture into two parts: Front End Back End Each of the ends are connected through a network, usually via Internet. The following diagram shows the graphical view of cloud computing architecture:
26 FRONT END Front End refers to the client part of cloud computing system. It consists of interfaces and applications that are required to access the cloud computing platforms, e.g., Web Browser. BACK END Back End refers to the cloud itself. It consists of all the resources required to provide cloud computing services. It comprises of huge data storage, virtual machines, security mechanism, services, deployment models, servers, etc. Important Points It is the responsibility of the back end to provide built-in security mechanism, traffic control and protocols. The server employs certain protocols, known as middleware, helps the connected devices to communicate with each other.
27 CHAPTER 5 Cloud Computing Infrastructure Cloud Infrastructure Components C loud infrastructure consists of servers, storage, network, management software, and deployment software and platform virtualization. HYPERVISOR Hypervisor is a firmware or low-level program that acts as a Virtual Machine Manager. It allows to share the single physical instance of cloud resources between several tenants. MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE Management Software helps to maintain and configure the infrastructure. DEPLOYMENT SOFTWARE Deployment software helps to deploy and integrate the application on the cloud. NETWORK Network is the key component of cloud infrastructure. It allows to connect cloud services over the Internet. It is also possible to deliver network as a utility over the Internet, i.e., the consumer can customize the network route and protocol.
28 SERVER Server helps to compute the resource sharing and offer other services such as resource allocation and deallocation, monitoring resources, security, etc. STORAGE Cloud uses distributed file system for storage purpose. If one of the storage resource fails, then it can be extracted from another one which makes cloud computing more reliable. Infrastructural Constraints Fundamental constraints that cloud infrastructure should implement are shown in the following diagram: TRANSPARENCY Since virtualization is the key to share resources in cloud environment. But it is not possible to satisfy the demand with single resource or server. Therefore, there must be transparency in resources, load balancing and application, so that we can scale them on demand. SCALABILITY Scaling up an application delivery solution is not that easy as scaling up an application because it involves configuration overhead or even re-architecting the network. So, application delivery solution is need to be scalable which will require the virtual infrastructure such that resource can be provisioned and de-provisioned easily. INTELLIGENT MONITORING To achieve transparency and scalability, application solution delivery will need to be capable of intelligent monitoring.
29 SECURITY The mega data center in the cloud should be securely architected. Also the control node, a entry point in mega data center also needs to be secure.
30 CHAPTER 6 Public Cloud Model Public Cloud T hepublic Cloud allows systems and services to be easily accessible to general public, e.g., Google, Amazon, Microsoft offers cloud services via Internet.
31 Benefits There are many benefits of deploying cloud as public cloud model. The following diagram shows some of those benefits: COST EFFECTIVE Since public cloud share same resources with large number of consumer, it has low cost. RELIABILITY Since public cloud employs large number of resources from different locations, if any of the resource fail, public cloud can employ another one. FLEXIBILITY It is also very easy to integrate public cloud with private cloud, hence gives consumers a flexible approach. LOCATION INDEPENDENCE Since, public cloud services are delivered through Internet, therefore ensures location independence. UTILITY STYLE COSTING Public cloud is also based on pay-per-use model and resources are accessible whenever consumer needs it. HIGH SCALABILITY Cloud resources are made available on demand from a pool of resources, i.e., they can be scaled up or down according the requirement.
32 Disadvantages Here are the disadvantages of public cloud model: LOW SECURITY In public cloud model, data is hosted off-site and resources are shared publicly, therefore does not ensure higher level of security. LESS CUSTOMIZABLE It is comparatively less customizable than private cloud.
33 CHAPTER 7 Private Cloud Model Private Cloud T heprivate Cloud allows systems and services to be accessible with in an organization. The Private Cloud is operated only within a single organization. However, It may be managed internally or by third-party. Benefits There are many benefits of deploying cloud as private cloud model. The following diagram shows some of those benefits:
34 HIGHER SECURITY AND PRIVACY Private cloud operations are not available to general public and resources are shared from distinct pool of resources, therefore, ensures high security and privacy. MORE CONTROL Private clouds have more control on its resources and hardware than public cloud because it is accessed only within an organization. COST AND ENERGY EFFICIENCY Private cloud resources are not as cost effective as public clouds but they offer more efficiency than public cloud. Disadvantages Here are the disadvantages of using private cloud model: RESTRICTED AREA Private cloud is only accessible locally and is very difficult to deploy globally. INFLEXIBLE PRICING In order to fulfill demand, purchasing new hardware is very costly. LIMITED SCALABILITY Private cloud can be scaled only within capacity of internal hosted resources.
35 ADDITIONAL SKILLS In order to maintain cloud deployment, organization requires more skilled and expertise.
36 CHAPTER 8 Hybrid Cloud Model Hybrid Cloud TheHybrid Cloud is a mixture of public and private cloud. Non-critical activities are performed using public cloud while the critical activities are performed using private cloud. Benefits There are many benefits of deploying cloud as hybrid cloud model. The following diagram shows some of those benefits:
37 SCALABILITY It offers both features of public cloud scalability and private cloud scalability. FLEXIBILITY It offers both secure resources and scalable public resources. COST EFFICIENCIES Public cloud are more cost effective than private, therefore hybrid cloud can have this saving. SECURITY Private cloud in hybrid cloud ensures higher degree of security. Disadvantages NETWORKING ISSUES Networking becomes complex due to presence of private and public cloud. SECURITY COMPLIANCE It is necessary to ensure that cloud services are compliant with organization's security policies.
38 INFRASTRUCTURAL DEPENDENCY The hybrid cloud model is dependent on internal IT infrastructure, therefore it is necessary to ensure redundancy across data centers.
39 CHAPTER 9 Community Cloud Model Community Cloud T hecommunity Cloud allows system and services to be accessible by group of organizations. It shares the infrastructure between several organizations from a specific community. It may be managed internally or by the third-party.
40 Benefits There are many benefits of deploying cloud as community cloud model. The following diagram shows some of those benefits: COST EFFECTIVE Community cloud offers same advantage as that of private cloud at low cost. Sharing Between Organizations Community cloud provides an infrastructure to share cloud resources and capabilities among several organizations. SECURITY Community cloud is comparatively more secure than the public cloud. ISSUES Since all data is housed at one location, one must be careful in storing data in community cloud because it might be accessible by others. It is also challenging to allocate responsibilities of governance, security and cost.
41 CHAPTER 10 lnfrastructure-as-a-service IaaSprovides access to fundamental resources such as physical machines, virtual machines, virtual storage, etc., Apart from these resources, the IaaS also offers: Virtual machine disk storage Virtual local area network (VLANs) Load balancers IP addresses Software bundles All of the above resources are made available to end user via server virtualization. Moreover, these resources are accessed by the customers as if they own them.
42 Benefits IaaS allows the cloud provider to freely locate the infrastructure over the Internet in a cost-effective manner. Some of the key benefits of IaaS are listed below: Full Control of the computing resources through Administrative Access to VMs. Flexible and Efficient renting of Computer Hardware. Portability, Interoperability with Legacy Applications. FULL CONTROL OVER COMPUTING RESOURCES THROUGH ADMINISTRATIVE ACCESS TO VMS IaaS allows the consumer to access computing resources through administrative access to virtual machines in the following manner: Consumer issues administrative command to cloud provider to run the virtual machine or to save data on cloud's server. Consumer issues administrative command to virtual machines they owned to start web server or installing new applications.
43 FLEXIBLE AND EFFICIENT RENTING OF COMPUTER HARDWARE IaaS resources such as virtual machines, storages, bandwidth, IP addresses, monitoring services, firewalls, etc., all are made available to the consumers on rent. The consumer has to pay based the length of time a consumer retains a resource. Also with administrative access to virtual machines, the consumer can also run any software, even a custom operating system. PORTABILITY, INTEROPERABILITY WITH LEGACY APPLICATIONS It is possible to maintain legacy between applications and workloads between IaaS clouds. For example, network applications such as web server, server that normally runs on consumer-owned server hardware can also be run from VMs in IaaS cloud. Issues IaaS shares issues with PaaS and SaaS, such as Network dependence and browser based risks. It also have some specific issues associated with it. These issues are mentioned in the following diagram: COMPATIBILITY WITH LEGACY SECURITY VULNERABILITIES Because IaaS offers the consumer to run legacy software in provider's infrastructure, therefore it exposes consumers to all of the security vulnerabilities of such legacy software.
44 VIRTUAL MACHINE SPRAWL The VM can become out of date with respect to security updates because IaaS allows the consumer to operate the virtual machines in running, suspended and off state. However, the provider can automatically update such VMs, but this mechanism is hard and complex. ROBUSTNESS OF VM-LEVEL ISOLATION IaaS offers an isolated environment to individual consumers through hypervisor. Hypervisor is a software layer that includes hardware support for virtualization to split a physical computer into multiple virtual machines. DATA ERASE PRACTICES The consumer uses virtual machines that in turn uses the common disk resources provided by the cloud provider. When the consumer releases the resource, the cloud provider must ensure that next consumer to rent the resource does not observe data residue from previous consumer. Characteristics Here are the characteristics of IaaS service model: Virtual machines with pre-installed software. Virtual machines with pre-installed Operating Systems such as Windows, Linux, and Solaris. On-demand availability of resources. Allows to store copies of particular data in different locations. The computing resources can be easily scaled up and down.
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