Cloud Computing Development in India
computing is becoming one of the important areas for investment in
India. Telecommunication, Manufacturing and Government sector, IT/ITes, Banking
and Financial Services are contributing largely to the Cloud market in India.
Increased government expenditure on NOFN (National Optical Fibre Network) and
various e-governance portals like Digital
India. Digital India is expected to drive the market for cloud computing.
India ranked 8th, in the world.
India’s cloud services market has generated interest among the technology
leaders and has positive predictions for the future.
Cloud computing is a great innovation in the digital and most talked about IT trends today. This is because
cloud computing has helped several enterprises (mainly for small to medium
sized business) to save money while adding to the convenience of the users.
Cloud computing offers user economies of efficiency
and scale. The word ‘Cloud’ refers to the internet, which means Cloud Computing is an internet
where services are delivered to the users via internet. The
cloud development space is growing and will continue further. It is set to
transform how we move up and how we do business in the digital value chain.
Indian government has launched an innovative initiative
named as Smart Cities Mission that
enables local development by applying technology for creating smart outcomes.
Government of India has recognized the importance of cloud-based
service-delivery platforms for launching the foundation of Digital India, as it
integrates and infrastructure, smart devices and processes data from the large
amount of distribute sources in real time.
Cloud computing is one of the rising up
field which will bring a lot of job opportunities in coming days. In India,
cloud Computing is a popular new trend in technology sector and will can bring
up a very bright career in this field. Besides this, it also helps people in
managing internet data. The users of Cloud Computing do not need any software
or hardware. This technology is opening many career scopes. According to a
report, India may offer more than 1 Lakh jobs in the field of Cloud Computing.
For India, has a direct beneficial effect to SMBs (small to medium sized businesses).
Cloud computing employs 40% of the workforce and is growing at a rate of 8% per
year. In India, it is offering huge potential for industries to grow and
opening new opportunities. Verticals such as banking, education, healthcare,
retail, railways, manufacturing, etc. They have applications to cloud services
for better performance and optimized reach as well as scalability and