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  Private Cloud for College: Architecture and Possibility  
  Authors : Saif Saad Alnuaimi
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The modern technology finally merged with each other, where cloud computing with mobile computing, and mobile computing with data analysis tools that Capable of instant analysis of large amounts of data at the real time, can blend to form PCC (Private cloud for college), for resource aggregation and processing capabilities and data access in easy secret way by the private cloud. Cloud Computing is a technology that depends on the transfer of processing and space for computer storage to the so-called cloud, a server device is accessed via the Internet, and this information technology products programs turn into services. In this paper I also purpose the architecture of PCC and additional possibilities it may use.


Published In : IJCSN Journal Volume 6, Issue 4

Date of Publication : August 2017

Pages : 519-522

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Saif Saad : Pursued B.Tech in Computer Science from computer science department, AL-Mustansiriyah University, Baghdad in 2010 and M.Tech in Computer Science from Donetsk National Technical University, Ukraine in 2013. He is currently working as an Assistant Instructor in Computer Science Department at Al-Turath University College, Baghdad, Iraq. He has more than 3 years of experience in teaching.


PCC, Private Cloud, Cloud Computing, Virtualization, Multitenancy, VMM.

Usability of private cloud of college ensures the provision of several scientific requirements to processing problems in very short time, and provides the security to keep the resources and data that owned by the college in secret place. The availability of PCC in colleges involve statistical list of the numbers of end users that used the information technologies and scientific research to get the knowledge in deferent departments, and also the private cloud Provides possibilities does not exist in the others cloud and therefore the user always on touch with PCC.


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