Cloud computing services include all infrastructure, platforms, software, and technologies that customers can access via the internet without having to download additional software.
Computing, networking, and storage resources are made available to consumers through Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS).
This service provides consumers with both the platform on which programs can run and the IT infrastructure required to make it work, all in one package.
In essence, SaaS offers users a cloud application, the platform on which it operates, as well as all the infrastructure that supports it.
Using Function as a Service (FAAS), which is an event-driven execution mechanism, developers may create, run and manage applications without having to maintain the infrastructure.
Clouds, depending on who you ask, might also be referred to as cloud-based services. “Cloud computing” refers to an IT environment that abstracts and pools scalable resources to be shared across a network. It is possible to run workloads in a cloud environment because of cloud computing. Someone other than the user provides the underlying infrastructure on which a web-based platform is delivered in the form of the cloud.
Cloud computing environments that are exclusively dedicated to the end user, usually within the user’s firewall and sometimes on-premise, are known as private clouds.
In public clouds, resources are not held by the end-user and can be transferred to other tenants, creating a hybrid cloud environment.
Multi-cloud setups with some degree of workload portability, orchestration, and management among them constitute hybrid cloud computing.
As the name suggests, multi clouds consist of more than one cloud, either public or private, which can or may not be networked together.