A cloud application is internet-based software that processes or stores data online.
There are three main kinds of cloud applications:
Platform as a Service, Infrastructure as a Service and the most common - Software as a Service.
What is a cloud application?
A cloud application is an internet-based program in which at least some of the processing and storage takes place on the internet, which is referred to metaphorically as "the cloud." The application's front end may run as an app or in a web browser, but key elements, such as data storage, are online.
Why cloud applications are growing in popularity?
Cloud computing offers lower startup costs, economies of scale, and other advantages.
Software as a Service (SaaS) is one of the most common examples of cloud applications and one that's most familiar to ordinary users. The publisher provides both the cloud-based software and the hardware and infrastructure on which it runs.
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