A Level Computer Science: Cloud computing and web applications
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Cloud computing and web applications
In traditional computing, files are stored in the hard drive of a computer and processed using the same computer. But in cloud computing, files are stored online and processed using services that are available online. Web browsers are used to access cloud storage and online applications. Online storage and cloud computing have become powerful tools and are slowly replacing the traditional ways of computing.
This A Level Computer Science module introduces cloud computing and web applications to your students, explaining:
- Client-server network model
- Peer-to-peer network model
- Cloud computing
- Advantages and disadvantages of cloud computing
- Webpages and its types
- Website development tools used to develop client side and server side
More Exchanging data Modules
Cloud computing and web applications is one lesson in our Exchanging data module. The other theory lessons can be found below: