International Journal of Applied Research
Vol. 1, Issue 10, Part F (2015)
GosP (Group of Service Providers) Model-Future of Cloud Computing
Mukesh Chandra Negi
Today, we are living in the world of Information Technologies where almost everything is on our finger tips. Every organization is working hard to provide rich and easy to use applications and option to their end users but, how they are managing all those applications and infrastructures at the backend. Most of the organizations are still running their IT operations in traditional on premise model where they have ownership of everything and running everything on their own premise. Traditional on premise model cost a lot in terms of CA-PEX (Capital Expenditures) as well as OP-EX (Operational Expenditures). Cloud is an alternate option for on premise model to save you cost with few more tangible and intangible benefits, but still it’s not widely accepted specially by finance, government and insurance sectors due to some hidden threats and drawbacks, specially related with security and governance. In this paper I am proposing a future model called GosP (Group of Service Providers), where any sector or any organization can accept it without any fear or concerns with respect to adoption (as exist in on premise and cloud models) and can take existing, as well as many more tangible and intangible benefits.
How to cite this article:
Mukesh Chandra Negi. GosP (Group of Service Providers) Model-Future of Cloud Computing. International Journal of Applied Research. 2015; 1(10): 375-379.