TITLE: A Study on Implementation of Cloud Computing in IT Industry. OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY • The main purpose is to present a basic framework for estimating value and determine benefits from cloud computing as an alternative to conventional IT infrastructure, such as privately owned and managed IT hardware. • Our effort is motivated by the rise of Cloud Computing providers and the question when it is profitable for a business to use hardware resources “in the cloud”. • To building on compute and storage virtualization technologies, consumers are able to rent infrastructure in the cloud as needed, deploy applications and store data and access them via protocols on a day per use basis. • The Cloud computing provides the facility to access shared resources and common infrastructure offering services on demand over the network to perform operations that meet changing business. • The main objective is that enterprises understand how to best handle the paradigm change in business operations through the cloud presents.


2 . the economic opportunities and risks of using cloud services (economic considerations). configuration possibilities. describes cloud computing benefits and open issues. Depending on an organization's requirements. Attempts to describe cloud computing in general terms. and to computing infrastructure assets such as networkaccessible data storage and processing. To understand which part of the spectrum of cloud systems is most appropriate for a given need.LITERATURE REVIEW As enterprises look for innovative ways to save money and increase the trust a value in their information systems. service models. have been problematic because cloud computing is not a single kind of system. however. to software development and deployment environments. and deployment models. but instead spans a spectrum of underlying technologies. Cloud computing allows computer users to conveniently rent access to fully featured applications. the technical characteristics of cloud services such as performance and reliability (operational characteristics). different technologies and configurations are appropriate. Cloud computing has been the subject of a great deal of commentary. what kinds of services can be provided to customers (service models). an organization should consider how clouds can be deployed (deployment models). This document reviews the NIST-established definition of cloud computing. and provides guidelines and recommendations on how organizations should consider the relative opportunities and risks of cloud computing. This document describes cloud systems and discusses their strengths and weaknesses. which ISACA has designed and created IT Control Objectives for Cloud Computing. and the security opportunities and risks (security). typical terms of service (service level agreements). presents an overview of major classes of cloud technology.

and the scale. or Pass. Generally. A cloud can provide access to software applications such as email or office productivity tools (the Software as a Service.e.. or may have access to large quantities of remotely accessed resources. the cloud may have limited private computing resources. cost. a public cloud. may be shared among a limited number of trusted partners. service model).Deployment Models. METHODOLOGY TO BE ADOPTED • • SAMPLE TYPE SAMPLE SIZE : Convenient sampling : 50 Data collection method Data collection process follows the formulation for case study including the sample plan. or may be a publically accessible service. or can provide network access to traditional computing resources such as processing power and storage (the Infrastructure as a Service. and availability of resources. network protocols.g. The data can be secondary or primary. or SaaS. The different deployment models present a number oftradeoffs in how customers can control their resources. The different service models have different strengths and are suitable for different customers and business objectives. e. legacy device interfaces. service model). may be hosted by a third party. CPU instruction sets. i. Depending on the kind of cloud deployment.. Service Models. A cloud computing system may be deployed privately or hosted on the premises of a cloud customer. interoperability and portability of customer workloads is more achievable in the Iaas service model because the building blocks of IaaS offerings are relatively well-defined. service model). 3 . or can provide a toolkit for customers to use to build and operate their own software (the Platform as a Service.

e.Primary Data The data is collected through direct communication with respondents on one form or another or through personal interviews. magazines etc. 4 . Tremendous benefits to customer of all sizes. which has already been collected and studied by someone else. There are many effective ways to monitor and verify performance. Public cloud works great for some but not all applications. the common are like direct abservation. When a secondary data is used. a person has to look into various sources from where he can obtain data. . Key opportunity for application and infrastructure vendors. Cloud services are simpler to acquire and scale up or down. The data collected. So every business should focus on new technology and new tools to reduce the cost of a same system .specific work results.. tabulated and percentage u have choose the best provider that means good quality with affordable price. Private clouds offers many benefits for internal applications. primary data is collected by the means of a Questionnaire. The Questionnaire will be formulated keeping in mind the objectives of my study. a statistical tool is chosen to analyze the data collected and are further interpreted to generate different inference and findings. CONCULUSION AND REFERENCES • • • • • • Cloud computing is the fastest growing part of IT. ANALYSIS & DISCUSSION Now a day’s moving to cloud computing model can help the organization to survive in the competitive age. periodicals. they refer to data. This includes information from various books. Secondary data It means data that is already available i.

References: Google.Marcia Kaufman 5 . Cloud Computing Wikipedia Book of Cloud computing by Robin Bloor.Judith Hurwitz.• Public and private clouds can be used in combination.