What is cloud computing
Cloud computing is an Internet-based computing solution. It allows you to access your data and software from any location, even across multiple networks.
Users take advantage of the on-demand computing power in the cloud instead of investing in new hardware and installing it at their business or home. You use a browser-based interface to configure exactly what type of processor, memory, and operating system you need for your application to run optimally. The provider will allocate resources as necessary, then bill you for these services every month according to usage levels.
This way, if your needs change with time or with seasonality (e .g., higher demand around holiday shopping periods), the scalability of computing resources remains unchanged without requiring physical upgrades.