What is a cloud?

The term cloud is actually used as a metaphor for the internet. In terms of cloud computing, the cloud refers to a network that consists of hardware, networks, storage, services, and interfaces. It is a space where things can be stored and delivered from.

Basically, the cloud is a place where services and files can be stored, and from where they can be distributed to other networks or device. Here, the files are stored on servers and transmitted over the internet.

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