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Cloud Computing 2020

Cloud Computing and Virtualization

Cloud Computing 2020

The Conference Series LLC Ltd organizes conferences around the world to proffer our immense pleasure and honour in extending you a warm welcome to attend Cloud Computing 2020. This conference is focusing on the theme ‘Cloud computing is the third wave of the digital revolution' to enhance and explore the latest trends & advancements in the current technology on cloud computing among the It professionals, software engineers, and innovators along with the  Industrial community to establish corporations and exchanging ideas for a better understanding of the field of Cloud Computing. Cloud Computing 2020 aims to provide the right stage to present stimulating keynote talks, plenary sessions, panel discussion, b2b meetings, posters, symposia, video presentations, and workshops.

 
Details of   Cloud Computing 2020, London, UK

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Cloud Computing 2020

London, UK

May 21-22, 2020

 

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About Conference


Conference Series invites all the experts and researchers from the Computer Engineering sector
all over the world to attend “International conference on “Cloud Computing and Virtualization“  (CLOUD COMPUTING 2020) which is going to be held on May 21-22, 2020 London, UK. CLOUD COMPUTING 2020 conference includes Keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster Presentations, Workshops, and Exhibitors. Cloud Computing and Virtualization are forthcoming use in Big Data Analysis, File Storage ,Disaster recovery and Backup etc.  Cloud computing is a type of computing that relies on shared computing resources rather than having local servers or personal devices to handle applications. Cloud computing is taking services ("cloud services") and moving them outside an organization's firewall. Applications, storage and other services are accessed via the Web. The services are delivered and used over the Internet and are paid for by the cloud customer on an as-needed or pay-per-use business model. The most other engineering majors work with Virtual Technology, but the heart of Virtual Technology is Cloud Computing and software engineering across all the disciples. CLOUD COMPUTING 2020 conference is also comprised of Best Post Awards, Best Oral Presentation Awards, Young Researchers Forums (YRF) and also Video Presentation by experts. We are glad to welcome you all to join and register for the “International conference on Cloud Computing and Virtualization”  which is going to be held during May 21-22, 2020 London, UK. 

Why to attend Cloud Computing 2020?

With members from around the world focused on Cloud Computing and Virtualization this is your best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the universities, colleges, research centers, societies, institutions, labs, associations, communities and companies etc. We want to make a worldwide meet in which data between researchers from the different controls can be effectively traded. The explanation behind bringing the general population at the meetings together is to catalyse empowering trades and connections between experts in different fields, from physical science to engineering. It will make new interdisciplinary systems and permit members to trade know-how and data to accomplish speedier and better results.The field of Cloud Computing and Virtualization have not only helped the development in different fields in science and technology but also contributed towards the improvement of the quality of human life. The core aim of CLOUD COMPUTING 2020 Conference is to provide an opportunity for the delegates to meet, interact and exchange innovative ideas in the various areas of Cloud Computing  and Virtual Technology . The joy of attending CLOUD COMPUTING 2020 brings with it improvement and incremental growth in your approach to do things, in the broader manner to see things in international diversity.

Target Audience

1. Scientists/Researchers
2. President/Vice president
3. Chairman’s/Directors
4. Professors, Data Analysts
5. Data Scientists
6. Experts and Delegates etc.
7. Heads, Deans, and Professors of Computer Science Departments
8. Research Scholar
9. Engineers
10. Consultants
11. Lab technicians 
12. Founders and employees of the related companies
 

Cloud Computing Market Analysis

Cloud Computing is the practice of sharing a network of remote servers which are hosted on the Internet to store, process, and manage data rather than on a local server or a personal computer. It specifically refers to a common storage space through which all the devices in the network can access data simultaneously. The use of Cloud computing technology not only gives cost benefits but also makes applications accessible to all devices in the network at any time and from any location. The global storage market has recorded revenues of $9.12 billion in 2012 with the growth rate of 16.7% as compared to the revenues in 2011. The major driver for the growth of the global cloud computing services market is its cost-effective services. 

 

 Cloud Computing Technology Market Analysis by Services

  • Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)
  • Platform as a Service (PaaS)
  • Software as a Service (SaaS)

 Cloud Computing Technology Market Analysis by Type

  • Public Cloud
  • Private Cloud
  • Hybrid Cloud
  • Community Cloud

 Cloud Computing Technology Market Analysis by Geography

  • North America
  • Europe
  • Asia-Pacific

The report gives an overall view of the global cloud computing services market. The global market is analyzed using Porter’s five force model and SWOT analysis. This analysis helps in visualization of strategies used by various players in the global cloud computing services market. Drivers enabling the growth of the cloud computing services market, limiting factors and opportunities for the same are strategically dealt with in this report. The various stakeholders involved in the value chain are thoroughly examined.

Global Market Research Report:

This report describes and evaluates the global cloud service market (also known as the cloud computing market). It covers two five-year periods, 2014 to 2018, termed the historic period, and 2018 through 2022, the forecast period.

 

 

The global cloud services market reached a value of nearly $325.1 billion in 2018, having grown at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.7% since 2014, and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 12.9% to nearly $528.4 billion by 2022.The cloud services market is segmented by type into software as a service (SaaS), business process as a service (BPaaS), infrastructure as a service (IaaS), and platform as a service (PaaS). Software as a service accounted for the largest share of the cloud services market in 2018 at 42.5%. The Infrastructure as a service market will be the fastest-growing segment going forward at a CAGR of 30.6%.North America is the largest market for cloud service providers, accounting for 50.1% of the global market. It was followed by Western Europe, Asia-Pacific and then the other regions. Going forward, South America and Asia-Pacific will be the fastest growing regions in this market, where growth will be at CAGRs of 28.0% and 20.7% respectively. These will be followed by the Middle East and Africa where the markets will grow at CAGRs of 20.1% and 20.7% respectively.

 
 
 
Gartner predicts the worldwide public cloud service market will grow from $182.4B in 2018 to $331.2B in 2022, attaining a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 12.6%.Spending on Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) is predicted to increase from $30.5B in 2018 to $38.9B in 2019, growing 27.5% in a year.Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) spending is predicted to grow from $15.6B in 2018 to $19B in 2019, growing 21.8% in a year.
Business Intelligence, Supply Chain Management, Project and Portfolio Management and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) will see the fastest growth in end-user spending on SaaS applications through 2022.
Gartner is predicting the worldwide public cloud services market will grow from $182.4B in 2018 to $214.3B in 2019, a 17.5% jump in just a year.By the end of 2019, more than 30% of technology providers’ new software investments will shift from cloud-first to cloud-only, further reducing license-based software spending and increasing subscription-based cloud revenue.

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Track1Cloud Security

Cloud computing security or, more simply, cloud security refers to a broad set of policies, technologies, and controls deployed to protect data, applications, and the associated infrastructure of cloud computing. It is a sub-domain of computer security, network security, and, more broadly, information security.

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Related Cloud computing Societies:

South African Institute of Electrical  Engineers (SAIEE)Engineering Council of South Africa (ECSA)  |   Zimbabwe Institution of Engineers   |   Ghana Institution of Engineers(GhIE)

Track 2Cloud Computing for IoT Applications

The Internet of things (IOT) is the network which is connected with devices which are embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and network connectivity. Thus it enables these objects to connect and exchange necessary data. IOT can identify each device uniquely through its embedded computing system. To take it to next level, IOT is integrated to cloud computing to expand its operations even further more.

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8th International Conference on Big Data Analytics & Data Mining | 6th International Conference and Expo on Computer Graphics & Animation  | European Summit on Robots, Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Vehicles

Related Cloud computing Societies:

Canadian Federation of Engineering Students (CFES)   | Engineering Institute of Canada (EIC)   |  Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE)   |  Canadian Nuclear Society (CNS)  |  Canadian Society for Civil Engineering (CSCE)

 
 

Cloud Computing architecture comprises of many cloud components, which are loosely coupled. We can broadly divide the cloud architecture into two parts:

Front End:

The 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, Example - Web Browser.

Back End:

The 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.

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5th International Conference on Wireless, Telecommunication & IoT | 11th Euro Biosensors & Bioelectronics Congress | 6th World Machine Learning and Deep Learning Congress

Related Cloud computing Societies:

Professional Engineers Ontario (PEO)   |   Engineering Society of Queen's University   |   UOIT Engineering Students' Society  |  Lessoned  Engineering Society

 
Creation of a virtual machine over existing operating system and hardware is known as Hardware Virtualization. A Virtual machine provides an environment that is logically separated from the underlying hardware.The machine on which the virtual machine is going to create is known as Host Machine and that virtual machine is referred as a Guest Machine.
 
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Track 5:- Load Balancing
 

Cloud load balancing is a type of load balancing that is performed in cloud computing. Cloud load balancing is the process of distributing workloads across multiple computing resources. Cloud load balancing reduces costs associated with document management systems and maximizes availability of resources. It is a type of load balancing and not to be confused with Domain Name System (DNS) load balancing. While DNS load balancing uses software or hardware to perform the function,cloud load balancing uses services offered by various computer network companies.

 

Serverless computing is a type of cloud computing where the customer does not have to provision servers for the back-end code to run on, but accesses services as they are needed. Instead, the cloud provider starts and stops a container platform as a service as requests come in and the provider bills accordingly.

Serverless computing is an approach to cloud computing where the customer simply makes requests of a container platform as a service (PaaS) and the provider starts and stops the PaaS as needed. The customer is freed from the need to rent, buy and configure servers beforehand. Serverless offerings include AWS Lambda and OpenWhisk.

The term is somewhat of a misnomer, as servers still run behind the scenes, but from the customer's point of view, the simply make requests, similar to going through an API. The concept is a logical outgrowth of the philosophy that cloud customers should pay for only what they need. Serverless computing appeals to customers who do not want to spend time or money provisioning servers. The disadvantage of the approach is that customers may experience latency, resource limits or performance problems.

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4th International Conference on Robotics | 3rd International Conference on Advanced Robotics, Mechatronics and Artificial Intelligence | 4th International Conference on Fluid Dynamics & Aerodynamics | 6th International Conference on Steel Structures and Engineering

Related Cloud computing Societies:

American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics   |  American Institute of Chemical Engineers | American Nuclear Society   |  American Railway Engineering Association  |  American Society for Engineering Education  |  American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers  |  American Society of Civil Engineers

Track 7Elasticity in clouds

Cloud elasticity refers to the ability of a cloud service to provide on-demand offerings, nimbly switching resources when demand goes up or down. It is often an immediate reaction to clients dropping or adding services in real time.Cloud elasticity is also known as rapid elasticity.Cloud elasticity is linked to various strategies such as resource pooling, multitenant storage and other ways that cloud providers use to provision their services. The idea is that the service should be able to quickly scale up or scale down according to an individual customer’s needs. Public cloud systems largely do this by having many clients on board at any given time and maintaining systems that can easily be re-provisioned to fit changing orders.IT experts make a distinction between cloud elasticity and cloud scalability. Having scalability or economy of scale means that the system can be built out feasibly from a smaller core. Elasticity on the other hand envisions a dynamic response to demand and supply volatility.Elasticity is the ability to grow or shrink infrastructure resources dynamically as needed to adapt to workload changes in an autonomic manner, maximizing the use of resources. This can result in savings in infrastructure costs overall. Not everyone can benefit from elastic services though. Environments that do not experience sudden or cyclical changes in demand may not benefit from the cost savings elastic services offer. Use of “Elastic Services” generally implies all resources in the infrastructure be elastic. This includes but not limited to hardware, software, QoS and other policies, connectivity, and other resources that are used in elastic applications. This may become a negative trait where performance of certain applications must have guaranteed performance. It depends on the environment.

Related Cloud computing Societies:

American Society of Mechanical Engineers    |   American Society of Naval Engineers   |   American Society of Plumbing Engineers   |   American Society of Safety Engineers   |  American Society for Nondestructive Testing  |  American Welding Society  |  Architectural Engineering Institute

Track 8Storage virtualization

Storage virtualization in Cloud Computing is nothing but the sharing of physical storage into multiple storage devices which further appears to be a single storage device. It can be also called as a group of an available storage device which simply manages from a central console. This virtualization provides numerous benefits such as easy backup, achieving, and recovery of the data.This whole process requires very less time and works in an efficient manner. Storage virtualization in Cloud Computing does not show the actual complexity of the Storage Area Network (SAN). This virtualization is applicable to all levels of SAN.
 
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Track 9:  Green computing models for clouds

Green computing is the environmentally responsible and eco-friendly use of computers and their resources. In broader terms, it is also defined as the study of designing,manufacturing or engineering, using and disposing of computing devices in a way that reduces their environmental impact. Green Cloud computing is envisioned to achieve not only efficient processing and utilization of computing infrastructure, but also minimize energy consumption. Green Computing is the term used to donate efficient use of resources in computing. Green Cloud is “The study and practice of designing, manufacturing , using and disposing of computers , servers and associated subsystems .Key issues are energy efficiency in computing and promoting environmentally friendly  computer technologies.
 
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Track 10 Programming models for clouds

Cloud computing is usually described in one of two ways. Either based on the deployment model, or on the service that the cloud is offering. The cloud deployment model is public, private, hybrid
community cloud. The cloud  service model comes under four types as IaaS (Infrastructure-as-a-Service), PaaS (Platform-as-a-Service), SaaS (Software-as-a-Service).Previously, we have explained how cloud works. Basically, programs that are needed to run a certain application are now more popularly located on a remote machine, owned by another company. This is done in order not to lose on the quality performance due to processing power of your own computer, to save money on IT support, and yet remain advantageous on the market. These computers that run the applications, store the data, and use a server system, are basically what we call “the cloud”.
 
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Mobile cloud computing is next generation of cloud computing making it available for every mobile user. This helps to access large data which is available in cloud. So much of research is going on this mobile cloud regarding its efficiency, adoptability, ease of understanding and security for the data and over the cloud.

Related Cloud computing Societies:

Caspian Engineers Society    |  Institution of Engineers, Bangladesh    |  Professional Engineers of Bangladesh  Computer Society Chinese Society for Electrical Engineering  |  International Association of Engineers  |  Hong Kong Institution of Engineers

Track12Enterprise Applications on the Cloud

A cloud application, or cloud app, is a software program where cloud-based and local components work together. This model relies on remote servers for processing logic that is accessed through a web browser with a continual internet connection.

Track13: Performance, scalability and reliability

Scalability is that the capability of a system, network, or method to handle a growing quantity of labour, or its potential to be enlarged to accommodate that growth. For instance, a system is taken into account ascendible if it's capable of skyrocketing its total output beneath associate degree increased load once resources square measure side. An associate degree alogous which means is inexplicit once the word is employed in an economic context, wherever a company's quantifiability implies that the underlying business model offers the potential for economic growth within the company

Track14:Communication protocols for clouds

Cloud IoT Core supports two protocols for device connection and communication: MQTT and HTTP. Devices communicate with Cloud IoT Core across a "bridge" — either the MQTT bridge or the HTTP bridge. The MQTT/HTTP bridge is a central component of Cloud IoT Core, as shown in the components overview.When you create a device registry, you select protocols to enable: MQTT, HTTP, or both.
MQTT is a standard publish/subscribe protocol that is frequently used and supported by embedded devices, and is also common in machine-to-machine interactions.
HTTP is a "connectionless" protocol: with the HTTP bridge, devices do not maintain a connection to Cloud IoT Core. Instead, they send requests and receive responses. Cloud IoT Core supports HTTP 1.1 only (not 2.0).Both bridges use public key (asymmetric) device authentication and JSON Web Tokens (JWTs). For details, see the section on device security.
 

Track 15: Databases for clouds

A cloud database is a collection of informational content, either structured or unstructured, that resides on a private, public or hybrid cloud computing infrastructure platform. From a structural and design perspective, a cloud database is no different than one that operates on a business's own on-premises servers. The critical difference lies in where the database resides. Where an on-premises database is connected to local users through a corporation's internal local area network (LAN), a cloud database resides on servers and storage furnished by a cloud or database as a service (DBaaS) provider and it is accessed solely through the internet. To a software application, for example, a SQL database residing on-premises or in the cloud should appear identical. The behavior of the database should be the same whether accessed through direct queries, such as SQL statements, or through API calls. However, it may be possible to discern small differences in response time. An on-premises database, accessed with a LAN, is likely to provide a slightly faster response than a cloud-based database, which requires a round trip on the internet for each interaction with the database.

Track 16:-Cloud as a service

A cloud services various types of services that are made available to users on demand via the Internet from a cloud computing server.Cloud services are designed to provide easy, scalable access to applications, resources and services, and are fully managed by a cloud services provider. Cloud-computing providers offer their "services" in three standard models. They are Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS). These models offer increasing remoteness; they are thus often portrayed as layers in a stack infrastructure, platform and software as a service, but these need not be related.
 
Track  17:-Cloud Economy
 
Cloud economic science may be a branch of data involved with the principles, prices and edges of cloud computing.
 
Cloud Strategy for Enterprise Business Transformation
Cloud Service Level Agreement (SLAs)
Economic and Business Model of Clouds and Cloud Services
ROI Analysis
Cloud Quality Management
Cloud Computing Consulting
Cloud Cost and Pricing
 

Track  18:-Privacy in multi-tenancy clouds

A multi-tenant cloud is a cloud computing architecture that allows customers to share computing resources in a public or private cloud. Each tenant's data is isolated and remains invisible to other tenants. In a multi-tenant cloud system, users have individualized space for storing their projects and data. Each section of a cloud network with multi-tenant architecture includes complex permissions with the intention of allowing each user access to only their stored information along with security from other cloud tenants. Within the cloud infrastructure, each tenant's data is inaccessible to all other tenants, and can only be reached with the cloud provider's permissions. In a private cloud, the customers, or tenants, may be different individuals or groups within a single company, while in a public cloud, entirely different organizations may safely share their server space. Most public cloud providers use the multi-tenancy model. It allows them to run servers with single instances, which is less expensive and helps to streamline updates

Track  19:-Data Recovery and Backup

Backup and recovery refers to the process of backing up data in case of a loss and setting up systems that allow that data recovery due to data loss. Backing up data requires copying and archiving computer data, so that it is accessible in case of data deletion or corruption. Data from an earlier time may only be recovered if it has been backed up. Data backup is a form of disaster recovery and should be part of any disaster recovery plan.

Track  20:-Cloud access control and key management:-

Cryptography provides a means for protecting and controlling data wherever it exists. However, when cryptography is used, the risk is transferred from the content of the data, to the cryptographic keys used to protect that data.Gemalto's  SafeNet cloud key management solutions enable you to control your keys and thereby run more sensitive data and workloads in the cloud securely.Now encryption and key management in the cloud provide the same high-grade protections as if it were fully on-premises, enabling organizations of all types to reach new levels of efficiency and security.

Track  21:Trusted Cloud Technology:-

Cloud computing is a new consumption and delivery model for IT services. The cloud has become an attractive platform for enterprises to deploy and execute their business services for business to business (B2B) and government to government (G2G) collaborations, etc. There are many concerns about cloud computing especially in terms of security, privacy and trust. These main issues have prevented businesses from fully accepting cloud platforms. Cloud computing demands three primary security requirements: confidentiality, integrity, and availability. In this paper we discuss some these issues by reviewing a recently proposed model that interestingly handles secure messaging among services deployed within the same cloud or on different clouds. Then, we report on our on-going work which is based on enhancing and developing this model. This is mainly achieved by adding a new service layer which is responsible for offering a high level of trust between collaborative parties. The added layer facilitates the integration of this model with the Public-Key Infrastructure (PKI). The main objective of the developed model is to increase the trust of the whole system by preventing any unauthorized party from joining the connectivity service. Indeed, our system can prevent any involved organization from launching masquerade attacks.

Track 22:-Failure Detection and Prediction:-

Cloud computing is a novel technology in the field of distributed computing. Usage of Cloud computing is increasing rapidly day by day. In order to serve the customers and businesses satisfactorily, fault occurring in datacentres and servers must be detected and predicted efficiently in order to launch mechanisms to tolerate the failures occurred. Failure in one of the hosted datacentres may propagate to other datacentres and make the situation worse. In order to prevent such situations, one can predict a failure proliferating throughout the cloud computing system and launch mechanisms to deal with it proactively. One of the ways to predict failures is to train a machine to predict failure on the basis of messages or logs passed between various components of the cloud. In the training session, the machine can identify certain message patterns relating to failure of data centres. Later on, the machine can be used to check whether a certain group of message logs follow such patterns or not. Moreover, each cloud server can be defined by a state which indicates whether the cloud is running properly or is facing some failure. Parameters such as CPU usage, memory usage etc. can be maintained for each of the servers. Using this parameters, we can add a layer of detection wherein we develop a decision tree based on these parameters which can classify whether the passed in parameters to the decision tree indicate failure state or proper state.

Track 23:-5G Will Transform the Enterprise Cloud:-

5G will drive a quantum leap in the mobile cloud landscape. While a significant increase in speed is the most obvious benefit, 5G has other advantages that are going to create exciting new avenues in cloud computing that were previously impossible to accomplish. (See Making 5G NR a Reality With Qualcomm.)Mobile devices' small screen size, low throughput, high latency and inconsistent connectivity contribute to cloud apps for mobile devices being watered down in terms of features and functionality. But there's hope on the horizon. First is the fact that mobile devices have made tremendous strides in their user interfaces. With high-resolution screens, multitouch capabilities and advanced voice-recognition, many end users are beginning to prefer working on their smartphones and tablets as opposed to traditional PCs.That leaves mobile cloud applications with one final hurdle: the wireless carrier network. And this is where 5G comes into play. Of course, we've all heard about the LAN-like speeds of 5G. But many often forget about the ultra-low latency that is also expected. These two benefits of 5G are seemingly the most important when it comes to working in a client-server architecture such is cloud computing. That said, advanced antennas and software-based technology such as Massive-MIMO are also going to contribute to a LAN-like experience for mobile cloud users. With these advancements, expect greater per-cell-tower capacity, a more consistent network connectivity experience and improved wireless range -- especially inside buildings. (See Sprint Business: A Low-Latency Society & Big 5G Goals.)

Track 24:-Future Of Cloud Computing:-

Businesses nowadays are seeking innovative ways to grow and accomplish their business goals. With the help of cloud computing, this business will keep on growing in the future. Cloud computing is powerful and expansive and will continue to grow in the future and provide many benefits. Cloud computing is extremely cost-effective and companies can use it for their growth. The future of cloud computing is bright and will provide benefits to both the host and the customer. One should keep in mind that the owner of the company should be familiar with the latest development taking place in Cloud technology.

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