Study on Implementation of Cloud Computing in Education: A Revolution

To ride the inevitable tide of change, innovation is required, and cloud computing is one such hot current area of research in Information Technology (IT). Cloud computing is a distributed computing technique that makes software and hardware available over the Internet. It also provides storage, a computational platform, and infrastructure that the user requests based on their needs. Organizations must spend a significant amount of money on their infrastructure to meet the needs and demands of its consumers due to the growing demand for infrastructure educational establishments. Cloud computing is a next-generation platform that provides institutions and businesses with access to dynamic pools of resources while also lowering costs through better usage. Many educational institutions are currently dealing with issues related to the increased demand for IT and infrastructure. Cloud computing, a new technology that builds on current technologies like the Internet, virtualization, and grid computing, can help solve such difficulties by providing the necessary infrastructure, software, and storage. Developing a cloud architecture for education might vary depending on the institution’s goal and infrastructure, and it can be difficult. A fundamental research was conducted in this paper to highlight how cloud computing may be used in education to improve teaching, agility, and have a cost-effective infrastructure that can bring about a revolution in the field of education. It also seeks to highlight its advantages and disadvantages.

Author(S) Details

Saju Mathew
Nellimoottil Grace Villa, Maruthamonpally, Pooyappally (P.O), Kollam (Dist), Kerala State – 691537, India.

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