The second part of this paper examines some of the problems related to the unification of cloud computing, including the possible initiative of the European Commission to address and clarify it, in order to speed up the adoption of the cloud. cloud computing, particularly in the following areas: mature markets. Between SMEs.
Data control and security.
Data processing is a major concern of potential cloud computing customers. In other words, knowing where your data is (personal data and control, if you are a personal consumer, customer data, etc.) will be stored (geographically and technologically) and your security there. For example, the peaks on the site are less important, but when a client connects to a public cloud service based on the server’s shared resources and public network connections, it can not fully understand the data and can not not handle them. .
The cloud computing model means that, ultimately, customer data can be stored on continents. This raises many questions about the different legal differences in which such data exist. This can lead to conflict between the countries in which service providers operate in the cloud and the data they control is stored. For proof of this, to the American government. UU Data managed by cloud service providers in the United States should be communicated to you. UU At the request of the US Patriot Act. UU., Although these data are in another country. For example, as a resident of the United Kingdom who has a Microsoft Live account, the consumer may not realize that his or her personal information and those who have access to it are subject to United States law. United, although Microsoft is a US-based company. In many other scenarios, private and commercial cloud users can not initially rely on the service provider’s nationality, regardless of the reference conditions and legal regulations governing their data.
This lack of transparency not only raises the question of who has access to the data and the jurisdiction that concerns them, but it can also raise questions about the security measures taken to protect such data against those who should not have access to it. in any way. type of deliberate corruption. mount for these data. Of course, security vulnerabilities can affect many aspects of the cloud model, but customer knowledge and source awareness at the server / server level may be less obvious than CAPs.
At present, interoperability is the industry’s most important standard-setting engine, whether or not customers understand their data processing processes and whether they can transfer their computing capabilities from a platform. unique. Another compatible platform. The current cloud market raises many questions in this area: companies that transfer some of their functions to a single cloud provider are protected by the provider of the associated features and can integrate hosted features with other service providers. You can easily change workloads between different services in the cloud. Can you deviate from the provider of your choice if a cheaper solution appears? From a business perspective, these are some of the most pressing questions when choosing a cloud provider. As a result, across the industry, not just in Europe, there is a push to develop open standards that allow consumers to take advantage of cloud computing services, such as consumer computing, promised by the cloud for long delivery times. In other words, allow customers to use different service providers when they need them, without closing or hindrance.
The cloud proposal has many other aspects in terms of performance, availability, storage, and so on. that customers may not understand and compare. All of these issues require the application of clear and consistent criteria that allow employers to determine the language and standards by which information can be conveyed to customers. However, the key is to search for reputable cloud service providers, verify the interoperability of actual hosting sites, follow the recommendations of customers with fixed relationships, and clear any ambiguities.