The Green Future Of Cloud Computing In Response To Covid-19 Pandemic

  • Shruti S. Gosavi


Cloud computing is always decidedly scalable and commercial infrastructure for venture and many web based applications which also bring in innovative challenges for in various aspects of environmental safety. On the other hand, the rising demand of Cloud infrastructure has considerably enlarged the energy utilization of data centers, which has become a vital subject today. Cloud computing technology has a collection of various application domains as a part, as they propose scalability, even they are reliable and also it offers high performance at relatively low price. Eminent energy consumption not only translates to high operational cost, which minimizes the profit margin of Cloud providers, but also leads to high carbon emissions which is not environmental friendly at all. The cloud computing rebellion is redesigning current networking, and offering promising environmental

protection prospects as well as financially viable and technical compensation. These technologies have the prospective to develop energy efficiency and to diminish carbon footprints and (e-) waste. Thus, energy-efficient mechanisms are required to minimize the impact of Cloud computing on the environment. These methodologies can surely transform cloud computing into green cloud computing.