Cloud Computing Rising in the Field of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence

Swapnil Raj*
Department of Computer Science Engineering, SOEIT, Sanskriti University, Mathura, Uttar Pradesh, India.
Periodicity:January - June'2022


Cloud Computing is a strong, large-scale and complex Computing technology. It lessens the need to maintain an expensive, specialized computer hardware area, as well as expensive software and software. Cloud computing has shown a significant increase in data quality or the production of large amounts of data. Big data processing is a difficult and time-consuming operation that necessitates the use of a large computer system in order to ensure performance. Knowledge creation and analysis are two intertwined activities and this paper investigates the rise of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Cloud Computing research. As data storage and mining methods advance, the preservation of expanding data quantities is characterized by a change in the core of structured results. This shift is reflected in the evolution of structured results. However, one major barrier is that this rate of growth surpasses the ability of data gathering systems and cloud infrastructure platforms to be upgraded. Workloads are really heavy and it is possible that certain cloud computing disputes will be created, which will include the description, characteristics, and categorization of huge data. In addition, analysis problems based on data integrity, heterogeneity and protection.


Cloud Computing, Data, Data Storage, IoT.

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Raj, S. (2022). Cloud Computing Rising in the Field of Big Data and Artificial Intelligence. i-manager’s Journal on Cloud Computing, 9(1), 32-37.


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