Dinesh G. Harkut

SGB Amravati University

Dinesh G. Harkut, M.E. (CSE), Ph.D. (CSE), M.B.A. (Finance) Ph.D. (Buss. Mgt.), is working as Associate Professor in Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Ram Meghe College of Engineering and Management, Badnera since 2009. He has 22 years of experience in various capacities in Industry and Academics. He is a Fellow member of Institute of Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering (IETE), New Delhi. He is life member of Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE), New Delhi, Senior Member of Universal Association of Computer and Electronics Engineers (UACEE) USA, and Professional member of International Association of Engineers (IAENG), Hong Kong. He is a member of few editorial boards and serves as reviewer in a number of journals. He has supervised 18 UG level and 18 PG level Projects. He published 41 research papers in International Journals/Conferences and also published book “Computer Programming” in 2012. He has filed and published two Patents. His areas of research include Cloud Computing, Embedded Systems, RTOS, Advance Architecture, Network Security and Soft Computing.

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In the era of the Internet of Things and Big Data, Cloud Computing has recently emerged as one of the latest buzzwords in the computing industry. It is the latest evolution of computing, where IT recourses are offered as services. Cloud computing provides on-demand, scalable, device-independent, and reliable services to its users. The exponential growth of digital data bundled with the needs of analysis, processing and storage, and cloud computing has paved the way for a cheap, secure, and omnipresent computing framework allowing for the delivery of enormous computing and storage capacity to a diverse community of end-recipients. Clouds are distributed technology platforms that leverage sophisticated technology innovations to provide highly scalable and resilient environments that can be remotely utilized by organizations in a multitude of powerful ways. The term cloud is often used as a metaphor for the Internet and can be defined as a new type of utility computing that basically uses servers that have been made available to third parties via the Internet.

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