We already discussed the basic about what is distributed cloud in previous post. So for today we going to dive a little deeper in explaining the of Distributed Cloud: Applications And Benefits. Distributed cloud computing provides repetition and dependability, as well as geo-replication as an encouragement in reducing the cost. Distributed cloud also offer immediate fail-overs by having remote replicas that can be reset up instantly in case of failing.
Application that can be contribute from locality include real-time application where latency is crucial, for example like virtual reality and gaming. Also any application where the local supervisory environment needs user account data to be keep in the same country where the user lives.
The benefit in using the distributed cloud include it can reducing wide-are traffic. Wide-area communication can be reduced or even can be avoided by utilize locally available storage and compute resources that distributed cloud had offered. Transporting large amounts of data streams to a remote data center is not only ineffective but also consider meaningless.
Another other inclination for the distributed cloud is reducing latency. Using a nearby data center may be engaging for a group of mobile users hoping to work together on an interactive document, for computer gaming. Overall, the effect of reducing the latency on user impression is however significant.
There are some debate circle around the possibility of using distributed cloud computing in the education system. The idea of using distributed cloud computing in education because it can give smooth access and early experience on programming distributed applications, also distributed state management. For example by using consistency models.
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