'Cloud Computing' is a somewhat nebulous term to describe users 'renting' or using online services or software instead of actually purchasing and installing it on their own computers. It is the same business model as people using Gmail or MSN mail services, except that cloud computing goes much further and includes daily computing activities.

Cloud computing is where entire businesses and hundreds of employees will run their computer tools as online rented products.

All of the processing work and file saving will be done 'in the cloud' of the Internet, and the users will plug into that cloud every day to do their computer work.
The cloud is not really a technology by itself. Rather, it is an approach to building IT services that harnesses the rapidly increasing horsepower of servers as well as virtualization technologies that combine many servers into large computing pools and divide single servers into multiple virtual machines that can be spun up and powered down at will.

There are 3 main types of clouds:


Public Cloud


Public Cloud

Public Cloud - which serves several organizations through a cloud-services provider.

Private Cloud


Private Cloud

Private Cloud - which serves a single organization; it may be located in the company’s premises or at the site of an external cloud provider.

Hybrid cloud


Hybrid cloud

Hybrid cloud is a cloud computing environment which uses a mix of on-premises, private cloud and third-party, public cloud services with orchestration between the two platforms. A hybrid cloud is an integrated cloud service utilising both private and public clouds to perform distinct functions within the same organisation.


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