While almost everyone in the tech industry today seems to own a cloud-themed
project, only a few would really agree on a universal definition of "Cloud
Computing". Strange as it may sound, the difference of opinion is actually
real. During an interview Larry Ellison, the Chief Executive at Oracle Corp.
stated that he had no idea what everyone was talking about with respect to
What Is Cloud Computing?
Cloud Computing, in its broadest sense, is something which is apparent to
anybody who uses the Internet. Here, the information is processed and stored
on computers someplace - "in the clouds" - and retrieved by different access
programs to your screen whenever needed.
A curator at Computer History Museum in California, Alex Bochannek states
that despite its recent hype, Cloud is one of the oldest parts of computer
jargon. He also explains that for over... (more)