Ecommerce based on Cloud Computing: The Art of State

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  •   Mayasim A. Abdulkadim Altemimi

  •   Abbas H. Hassin Alasadi

Abstract


The emergence of several computing paradigms, the most recent cloud computing, has resulted from significant technological advances in the information and communication technologies (ICT) sector in the last decades, with the most significant improvements in internet services and virtualization techniques. Individuals and businesses may access various cloud services and solutions from some big cloud service providers worldwide. As a result, more businesses are migrating to the cloud, causing the cloud services industry to expand. Organizations can profit from cloud technology in various ways, but there are also dangers and issues connected with this phrase. Cloud computing is a way to improve Ecommerce by making it easier for people to buy and sell things. This paper explains the concept and features of cloud computing and how cloud computing can help Ecommerce.



Keywords: Amazon web service, cloud computing, ecommerce, microsoft azure, google cloud platform

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Altemimi, M. A. A. ., & Alasadi, A. H. H. (2022). Ecommerce based on Cloud Computing: The Art of State. European Journal of Information Technologies and Computer Science, 2(4), 7–13. https://doi.org/10.24018/compute.2022.2.4.59