Conceptual Design and Implementation of a Cloud Computing Platform Paradigm

Kola Ayanlowo, O. Shoewu, Segun O. Olatinwo, Tobi Samuel Fadiji, Segun Adeyanju


In recent times, organizations all over the world have stopped expanding infrastructures and building competencies in IT for enhanced efficiencies. Rather, they focus on their primary lines of businesses and “simply” connect to an existing IT cloud in the neighborhood or on the internet for their IT demands. Cloud computing is a new paradigm of large-scale distributed computing that centralizes the data and computation on the virtual “super computer” with unprecedented storage and computing capabilities. This paper focuses on the design of a conceptual framework and implementation of a cloud computing platform. This study attempts to design a platform on which users can plug-in anytime from anywhere and utilize enormous computing resources at a relatively low cost. Alongside the design, the mathematical model structures that support the design of the framework are explicitly described. The study is of paramount importance because the new framework provides opportunity to avoid network congestions that degrade performance among other shortcomings being experienced in some implementation cases.

Keywords: Cloud Computing, Framework, Platform, Paradigm

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