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Cloud computing (cloud computing) is a solution that has been gaining more and more fans in the corporate world. Much of this trend is the result of operational optimization, cost reduction and security that it generates for the business. But, do you know this attractive technology?

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What is cloud computing?

Cloud computing is a virtual structure created and maintained by a provider and offered to customers (individuals and companies) as a form of services. These structures can host different websites, databases, software and applications, even those services are critical for companies, as a management system.

For this to work, the provider sets up a network of servers or interconnected server islands in a building structure dedicated to this purpose, uses the internet for connection and interconnection between the equipment and offers the computational resources that the contractor needs in a service format. Everything on demand.

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