Pricing Method in Cloud Computing

International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering
© 2016 by SSRG - IJCSE Journal
Volume 3 Issue 1
Year of Publication : 2016
Authors : E.Avilash Roul, Dr.L.Zohrab Ismayil

How to Cite?

E.Avilash Roul, Dr.L.Zohrab Ismayil, "Pricing Method in Cloud Computing," SSRG International Journal of Computer Science and Engineering , vol. 3,  no. 1, pp. 17-20, 2016. Crossref,


Cloud computing is a hurriedly promising technology which involves employment of various services resembling software, web services and virtualized transportation, as a merchandise on public, private or hybrid clouds on lease foundation. These services are stimulating by the relevant pricing technique for the cloud. The price varies with the quantity and type of data structures worn for query implementation. In this paper we illustrate static and dynamic pricing method for cloud accumulation. In static pricing method the prices are unchanging for dissimilar possessions which remain invariable with time. Static pricing process does not assistance the overhaul contributor for the reason that it does not duplicate the present market value. The dynamic pricing format can disseminate you as the time changes. According to the demand of a reserve the pricing is completed in dynamic pricing process so as to make best use of the turnover of the service contributor. In addition to this, our paper explains characteristics and the delivery models for cloud computing and there processing speed and own activities of the service provider and reduce the time limit.


Cloud computing, pricing methods, query implementation, virtualized infrastructure.


1. Varun Kamra, Kapil Sonawane, Pankaja Alappanavar, Cloud Computing and It‟s Pricing Schemes, International Journal on Computer Science and Engineering, Vol. 4 No. 04 April 2012.
2. Verena Kantere, Debabrata Dash, Gregory Francois, Sofia Kyriakopoulou, and Anastasia Ailamaki, “Optimal Service Pricing for a Cloud Cache”, IEEE Transactions on Knowledge And Data Engineering, 2011.
3. Christopher Barnatt , “A brief guide to cloud computing”, Associate Professor of Computing & Future Studies in Nottingham University Business School, April 2010.
4. Arun Anandasivam, Marc Premm, “Bid Price Control and Dynamic pricing in Clouds”, 17th European Conference on Information System, 2009.
5. Verena Kantere, Debabrata Dash, Anastasia Ailamaki, “An Economic Model for Self Tuned Cloud Cache”, 2009.