Document Type : Primary Research paper
K.C.G College Of Technology, Assistant Professor, CSE Department, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
Satyabama Institute of Science and Technology, Professor, CSE Department, Chennai, Tamil Nadu, India
One of the fastest-growing industries for delivering social and economic advantages to emerging and developing economies is Cloud computing. Cloud is spreading its wings across all areas, including medical, industrial, transportation, education, mining, and agricultural and aquaculture. It is now reaching ground level with its application in agriculture and aquaculture. Green cloud is an eco-friendly cloud infrastructure built to protect the aquatic environment from carbon footprints, excess thermal let-outs, pollutant hazards that bring an imbalance of aquaculture. A Hybrid cloud is a deployment model or structure that built an agile setup that enhances the existing setup rather than frequent construction, disturbing the serene aquatic culture. The cloud stations are on-premise monitoring systems that monitor the aquaculture OS (operating system) of a particular water boby.This paper deals with a hybrid cloud setup with an on-premise cloud station deployed in the water body and the private and public cloud anywhere on land. It enhances the monitoring and tracking of the aquatic culture of water from anywhere, anytime, any number of times with minimal cost and long durability.