Cloud computing is an emerging service offered at data centres, which is becoming a popular research subject. With cloud-based computing, the users do not need to know where the data centre is. There are many resources available in a data centre and in the cloud that a client can purchase or rent, such as processing time, network bandwidth, disk storage, and memory. Thus, there is a need to be aware of performance requirements and cost constraints in order to have enough for the choice of network and computational resources. Team of Computer Scientist aims to provide a comprehensive comparative study of different analytical modelling in cloud computing.

Chris Ok', London UK