Cloud is the delivery of IT resources on demand over the internet at a price according to a certain amount of usage. In addition to purchasing, owning, and managing physical data centers and servers, you can access technology services, such as computing power, storage and databases, as needed from your provider.


Cloud gives you easy access to a variety of technologies so you can innovate faster and build whatever you dream of. You can quickly provide resources when you need them – from infrastructure services, such as computers, storage, and databases, to the Internet of Things, machine learning, data lakes and analytics, and much more that can be done with the cloud.

You can deploy technology services in minutes, and realize an order of magnitude faster than ever. That way, you can experiment freely, test new ideas for a different customer experience, and transform your business.


With a Computing cloud, you don’t need to over-provision your resources up front to cope with the increased business activity later on. You can provide the number of resources according to your needs. You can scale resources up or down to increase or decrease capacity instantly as your business needs change.

The interesting thing about the Cloud in Comparison with Conventional Servers

Physically in the form of a collection of hardware / servers that are connected in a network (LAN / WAN). But from the side, the user can see it as a big computer.

There is no limit to processor capacity, hard drive capacity and memory capacity.

There is no limit to the number of “hosting” servers running behind it.

Adding a “hosting” only takes a few minutes.

If there is a lack of resources, be it a processor, hard disk or memory, we can easily add additional servers and can immediately integrate into the network cloud. It took about 20 minutes to prepare an empty / new server to integrate into the network cloud.