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Cloud: Working and Representation

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Cloud: Working and Representation

With the cloud, data, programs, and computing capacity are moved to storage outside of your location. You can use multiple servers at a remote site to do this. Those who want to take advantage of those cloud computing services can rent storage space and, in principle, use the entire infrastructure of the data center.

Businesses and individual users can use the program in this way. For example, you can use the program directly through a browser without having to install it locally. Others only use the cloud as their own additional storage. Cloud computing is also popular with team collaboration. Many collaboration tools work on the cloud.

Access is through a secure and encrypted internet connection. Those users need to identify themselves in order to access the storage space. The principle is similar to a corporate network, but the physical distance from the workstation to the computer and the server is usually much larger.

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The amount of storage, computing capacity, or software used by the cloud service provider is contractually determined for a specified period. For companies, upgrading the service at a later time is much easier because you don’t have to invest in additional

hardware or expensive software that requires regular updates to take advantage of more computing power and storage space. For individual users, many services are also available for free. Cloud allows users to save and recover data back.

How does the cloud work?

The cloud behaves like a company’s network that needs to connect from workstations to access server content. However, the cloud servers are not on the corporate site, but on a server farm far from the corporate site. The server’s hard drives, processors, and main memory are managed by special management routines

. Users access the reserved infrastructure and/or software covered by the contract through the interface. By renting storage space, users will have access. Data can be managed like on a hard drive, and programs are usually available through a web browser.

Now you can use a variety of applications to sync your cloud data between multiple stationary or mobile devices, so everyone with permission will always have the latest version of the file. Plus, multiple people with access to your project or company can work on cloud data at the same time. An important point of cloud computing is data security (backup). Not only is a very secure server farm equipped with redundant storage, it is well protected both physically and thermally. This means all data is stored in a well protected place and available to users 24 hours a day.

Cloud usage representation

What makes a company available to its employees for cloud computing is called a private cloud. Thus, users access almost all of the company’s servers. The data and services stored here are not publicly available. This means that sensitive data remains within the company.

When considering the GDPR, some data should not leave the company in any case. However, private clouds impose very high demands on management and turned out to be a rather lengthy and expensive process.

The public cloud serves the public over the Internet. The provider that provides the system monitors and maintains the system and always adapts it to your needs. For enterprises, there is no cost to set up, maintain, and continuously apply an internal server architecture.

With the cloud, data, programs, and computing capacity are moved to storage outside of your location. You can use multiple servers at a remote site to do this. Those who want to take advantage of those cloud computing services can rent storage space and, in principle, use the entire infrastructure of the data center.

Businesses and individual users can use the program in this way. For example, you can use the program directly through a browser without having to install it locally. Others only use the cloud as their own additional storage. Cloud computing is also popular with team collaboration.

Many collaboration tools work on the cloud. Access is through a secure and encrypted internet connection. Those users need to identify themselves in order to access the storage space. The principle is similar to a corporate network, but the physical distance from the workstation to the computer and the server is usually much larger.

The amount of storage, computing capacity, or software used by the cloud service provider is contractually determined for a specified period. For companies, upgrading the service at a later time is much easier because you don’t have to invest in additional hardware or expensive software that requires regular updates to take advantage of more computing power and storage space. For individual users, many services are also available for free. Cloud allows users to save and recover data back.

How does the cloud work?

The cloud behaves like a company’s network that needs to connect from workstations to access server content. However, the cloud servers are not on the corporate site, but on a server farm far from the corporate site. The server’s hard drives, processors, and main memory are managed by special management routines. Users access the reserved infrastructure and/or software covered by the contract through the interface. By renting storage space, users will have access. Data can be managed like on a hard drive,

and programs are usually available through a web browser. Now you can use a variety of applications to sync your cloud data between multiple stationary or mobile devices, so everyone with permission will always have the latest version of the file. Plus,

multiple people with access to your project or company can work on cloud data at the same time. An important point of cloud computing is data security (backup). Not only is a very secure server farm equipped with redundant storage, it is well protected both physically and thermally. This means all data is stored in a well protected place and available to users 24 hours a day.

Cloud usage representation

What makes a company available to its employees for cloud computing is called a private cloud. Thus, users access almost all of the company’s servers. The data and services stored here are not publicly available. This means that sensitive data remains within the company.

When considering the GDPR, some data should not leave the company in any case. However, private clouds impose very high demands on management and turned out to be a rather lengthy and expensive process. The public cloud serves the public over the Internet. The provider that provides the system monitors and maintains the system and always adapts it to your needs. For enterprises, there is no cost to set up, maintain, and continuously apply an internal server architecture.