Cloud computing is emerging as a powerful computing paradigm for the efficient use of resources. However, decisions to move to cloud computing always remain risky from the customer's point of view, considering the benefits they get from it.
Existing research on cloud computing is more focused on technical aspects such as security, quality, efficiency, etc. However, research on the implementation of cloud computing is at an early stage. Thus, in this article, an attempt is made to create a model for cost analysis and advantages for deciding on the application of cloud computing. It takes into account various organizational parameters, designing server and serverless architectures using Microsoft Azure Portal cloud platform services and policies of this organization.
Also, it makes a comparative characterization of these services according to power and price criteria. A comparative description of these services according to capacity and price criteria is also given. It shows the structure of the test tool for assessment. Evaluation parameters and metrics are defined.
In addition, this article contains information about approaches to evaluating cloud platforms according to various criteria that are most important for a developer.
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