What is cloud computing?

Cloud Computing is the on-demand availability of computer system resources, especially data storage and computing power, without direct active management by the user. The term is generally used to describe data centers available to many users over the Internet. It is the on-demand, pay-as-                you-go distribution of IT services through the Internet. Instead of purchasing, operating, and maintaining physical data centres and servers, you may              rent computing power, storage, and databases from a cloud provider like Livsite on an as-needed basis.

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Who is using cloud computing?

Data backup, disaster recovery, email, virtual desktops, software development and testing, big data analytics, and customer-facing web apps are just few of the use cases that organisations of all types, sizes, and industries are adopting the cloud for. 
Healthcare organisations, for example, are utilising the cloud to produce more tailored therapies for patients. The cloud is being                                                  used by financial services organisations to support real-time fraud detection and prevention. The cloud is also being used by video                                            game developers to provide online games to millions of players all over the world.

Benefits of Cloud Computing


The cloud provides you quick access to a wide range of technologies, allowing you to develop more quickly and construct almost anything you          can dream. You may easily spin up resources as needed, including computation, storage, and databases, as well as Internet of Things,            machine learning, data lakes and analytics, and much more.


You don’t have to over-provision resources up front with cloud computing        to accommodate future peak levels of company activity. Instead, you          allocate the exact quantity of resources that you require. As your            company needs change, you can scale these resources up or down                  to rapidly expand and reduce capacity.

Cost savings

The cloud enables you to swap fixed costs (such as data centres and physical servers) for variable costs, allowing you to pay for IT just as                  you need it. Furthermore, due of economies of scale, the variable expenditures are far lower than what you would spend if you did it          yourself.

Deploy globally in minutes

You may grow to new geographic regions and deploy internationally                in minutes using the cloud. AWS, for example, has infrastructure all                over the world, allowing you to deploy your app in different physical          locations in a matter of seconds. Bringing apps closer to end            consumers lowers latency and enhances the user experience.

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