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Cloud Architecture

Virtualisation software emulates computer hardware allowing multiple operating systems to run on a single physical host.

What is Cloud Architecture?

Cloud Architecture refers to an architecture where data is held and managed remotely and accessed by end user applications over a network, usually meaning the Internet, using Internet Protocols. This architecture model can be classed as Public, Private or Hybrid Cloud. It is differentiated from applications delivered as a service (e.g. Salesforce, Office365) in that just the data is remote and servers and applications remain local.