Cloud service refers to the delivery of computing resources over the internet on-demand. It allows individuals and businesses to access and use a variety of resources, such as storage, applications, servers, and databases, without the need for physical infrastructure on their premises. These resources are typically provided and maintained by a third-party provider, known as a cloud service provider (CSP)
Cloud services are typically provided by a cloud service provider. who maintains and manages the underlying infrastructure such as servers, storage, networking, and software. Users can use these services to store and manage data, run applications, host websites, and perform a variety of computing tasks without the need for onsite hardware or infrastructure.
Cloud services offer many advantages such as scalability, flexibility, cost-effectiveness, and accessibility. Users can scale resources up or down as needed, pay only for what they use, and access their applications and data from any device with an internet connection.
These providers offer a wide range of services to meet various business and personal needs.