Parallel Vs. Grid Vs. Distributed Vs. Cloud Computing

Modern days network-connected users thrive for far better computing power. The computing power is a combination of Hardware, Software, and Network. There are four kinds of connected models. In the Cloud age, it is indeed each developer to know the powers of Parallel, Grid, Distributed, and cloud computing.

1.Parallel Computing

Parallel Vs. Grid Vs. Distributed Vs. Cloud Computing
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2. Grid Computing

Parallel Vs. Grid Vs. Distributed Vs. Cloud Computing
Computing Power

3. Distributed Computing

4. Cloud Computing

  • It is the 21st century, and working and delivering task is past now. With the virtualization takes place, the physical-resources can virtualize as needed.
  • The Prime goal is reduce cost, and quicker delivery.
  • Resources consumption is on-demand. I need X computing-power then I will get X computing power. The other guy needs Y, and he gets Y. In general, it is elastic. It expands and shrinks according to demand – this is the power of the cloud.
  • Cloud is a combination of Hardware, Software and Network. All these resources you can get on-demand.
  • Nowadays, you can see, Public, Private, Hybrid models of the Cloud. Private means in the premises. Public means outside premises. Hybrid means a combination of these.

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