Cloud operating systems are cloud based operating systems designed to operate with cloud computing and virtualization environment and accessed as a service rather than a standalone software. Cloud operating system (Cloud OS) is often times referred to as virtual operating system or Web OS because it manages the operation, execution and processes of virtual machines, virtual servers and virtual infrastructure, as well as back-end hardware and software resources.
Cloud operating systems are designed to provide services such as office work, prepare projects or give you quick access to the internet without the hassles of running and maintaining a native operating system on your PC. Cloud OS offers you the chance to go everywhere with your computer as everything is stored on the internet and can be accessed from anywhere in the world.
Here are the top Cloud operating systems you should know. While some have been around for awhile some others are pretty new and making their mark in today’s cloud computing world. So if you are looking for an ultra-light web-centric operating system, there are plenty to choose from today.
Here is my curated list of the Top Cloud Operating Systems you should know. The list is in no particular order or ranking. You can still add to the list, if you feel there is a Cloud operating system I may have omitted you can add it to the list.
Curate your Cloud Operating Systems on the list, there are 17 items on the list right now, you can also embed the list on your site or articles or share it on your favorite social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Google+ etc.
Vote for your favorite Cloud Operating Systems on the list to rank them if you wish to do so. I hope I have created a comprehensive list of Cloud Operating Systems. If you have any comment or suggestions, please use the comment form below.
Cloud Operating systems could be handy when it comes to online savings and application development.
The list shared here is revealing. Most of these systems are new to me. Its impressive getting a snippet of what each can do.
For the benefits of many people out there who are not knowledgeable on what these operating systems could offer, I guess its best to check the links and and do feature comparisons.
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Well cloud operating systems are really useful for our daily purposes and it would surely give us better results.
Arun Kallarackal says
Cloud systems make our life so so simple! :) That’s the part that made them such a huge hit since its inception into common service. I still remember the vital services this technology has provided me.
Okay, talking about the list, you have of course listed some well known players. I see some familiar entries up there. Along with them, I can also see some new entries too!
As of now, I’m quite happy with the existing one I’m using. But having more alternatives won’t hurt for sure!
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