Paper title:

Development of Student Information Management System based on Cloud Computing Platform

Published in: Issue 2, (Vol. 11) / 2017
Publishing date: 2017-10-13
Pages: 9-14
Author(s): ALAMERI Ibrahim A., RADCHENKO Gleb
Abstract. The management and provision of information about the educational process is an essential part of effective management of the educational process in the institutes of higher education. In this paper the requirements of a reliable student management system are analyzed, formed a use-case model of student information management system, designed and implemented the architecture of the application. Regarding the implementation process, modern approaches were used to develop and deploy a reliable online application in cloud computing environments specifically
Keywords: Cloud Computing, Student Management System, Microsoft Azure , PaaS, SaaS,IaaS

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