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The term Cloud computing defines one of the most popular internet based technology which benefits a business organization in terms of cost-affordability, transparency, efficiency, technical flexibility and working freedom. It enables a business organization to transfer its major share of computation, platform and software to a cloud so that it is managed by a cloud provider instead of an in-house team. Cloud transfer or adoption, however, has its own share of risks and challenges which are dealt in the present paper by using a semantic cloud adoption framework. This framework can act as an agreement between the provider and the adopting party so as to eliminate any future issue. A proper ans systematic follow-up of the presented framework ensures success and truct towards the cloud computing technology. Based on the presented framework, a sample comparison of various cloud providers is also given as an example for better understanding of one’s preferences while using a cloud platform.
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