Cloud computing, or virtual server computing, is a computing model that utilizes computer technologies and develops based on the Internet. The term “cloud” here is a metaphor for the Internet (based on its layout in computer network diagrams) and an allusion to the infrastructure’s complexity.

Cloud computing is the distribution of IT resources on demand over the Internet with a pay-as-you-go policy. Instead of buying, owning, and maintaining data centers and physical servers, you can access technology services, such as computing power, storage, and databases.

Advantages of Cloud Computing

Scalable Platform

Data can be easily stored, downloaded, restored, or processed with just a few clicks. Users can access their accounts on the go, 24/7, through any device, anywhere as long as they have an internet connection.

In addition, users can proactively scale up or down resources or choose the service that best suits their needs.

Save time

Cloud computing allows users to easily access a wide range of technologies, enabling them to innovate faster and develop per their goals and objectives.

Users can quickly acquire the resources they need from infrastructure services, such as computing, storage, and databases, to the Internet of Things, machine learning, data warehouses, analytics, and more.

Cost Savings

Cloud computing services can help businesses save budget costs by minimizing or eliminating fixed costs such as the need for an on-premises data center (no need to install servers, hardware, software, equipment depreciation, etc.).

Businesses will save money when using cloud computing services on virtual servers because they only have to pay for the services and needs they use.

High Security

Reputable virtual server providers will have large data centers with modern physical server systems. The infrastructure, such as electricity, optical fiber, and fire protection systems, is always ready to ensure no interruptions for users.

In particular, the cloud computing system is designed by a team of experienced engineers, with multiple layers of security, so it has a very high level of security, providing users with a continuous, stable, and secure service experience.

Cloud Computing Models

There are three main cloud computing models: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS), Platform as a Service (PaaS), and Software as a Service (SaaS)

Each cloud computing model offers different levels of control, flexibility, and management as businesses could choose the model that best meets their needs.

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

IaaS provides basic features such as network, virtual machines, data storage, CPU, RAM, HDD/SSD, etc.

When using this service, users have a virtual server on the cloud to work with. IaaS gives users the highest level of flexibility and control over their IT resources.

Platform as a Service (PaaS)

PaaS empowers users to select, deploy, and utilize their desired software without worrying about updating new versions, RAM, CPU, etc.

This platform will make users’ application operation more efficient and effortless.

Software as a Service (SaaS)

SaaS provides a complete product that is operated and managed by the service provider. SaaS allows users to log in and use the software without the need for technical knowledge or installation. 

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  • Scalable Platform
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