Title: C-Learning: Learning on Cloud

Year of Publication: Dec - 2017
Page Numbers: 1-5
Authors: Pasquina Campanella
Conference Name: The Third International Conference on Computing Technology and Information Management (ICCTIM2017)
- Greece


Current trends in the digital age lead us to learn that in the near future the access tools will become more contextual. It deduces that it no longer has any sense to identify an e-learning system in a single monolithic platform but as a set consisting of several interoperable components and subcomponents to rationally manage the various heterogeneous activities a training process can undergo. In this scenario, cloud learning is born, “cloud formation”, which combines the ability to draw resources distributed with contextual information. But the problems that arise in the era of distributed computing or fragmentation of workload into an arbitrary number of sub-tasks to be distributed to an unknown number of heterogeneous machines spread around the world are that there is no the absolute certainty that network machines are always available (latency, unpredictable network crashes) then continuous monitoring is essential. In this context, the e-learning platform Docebo Cloud has been studied to analyze the different response times.