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LAN and WAN have been the go-to solution for organisations that require interaction amongst their workstations. Cloud computing or cloud servers have turned out to be prodigies in the ocean of computational domains. The simplest definition of cloud server that explains a cloud server is ‘everything that a local server or a wired server is, without the cables and with additional perks and benefits.’

It is analogous to a Wi-Fi router but with online storage capabilities. Not only does it offer flexibility and scalability, but surpasses many other capabilities of wired servers. It is a remotely accessed server via the cloud. A cloud server would have peers connected to it online and whenever data is called for, it is directly fetched from the cloud instead of a wired server. Services such as software as a service (SaaS), platform as a service (PaaS) and infrastructure as a service (IaaS) provide complete control over the data at hand, accessible through the cloud, anytime and anywhere. The cloud provides a discretionary control over the bandwidth on which the data traffic is observed, speeds at which interaction is made possible, the flexibility of altering the capacity of the server. Amazon Web Services (AWS) and Microsoft Azure are a couple of examples of widely used cloud platforms. 

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