Cloud Computing

Cloud Computing

The delivery of computing services - servers, storage, databases, networking, software, analytics and more - over the Internet (“the cloud”). 


An e-commerce and cloud computing platform, it is the largest Internet-based retailer in the world by total sales and market capitalization, it provides online services for websites and client-side applications.


Microsoft's public cloud computing platform that provides a range of cloud services, including those for compute, analytics, storage and networking.


An approach that connects web and mobile app developers to back-end cloud storage and processing, combining some common features as user management, push notifications, etc.


A cloud computing provider that offers an Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) platform for software developers, simplifies web infrastructure, is popular with open source developers, competes with Amazon Web Services, Google Compute Engine.


Stands for Elastic Compute Cloud. A web service that provides scalable computing capacity in the AWS cloud. Designed to make web-scale cloud computing easier for developers.

Firebase Messaging

A cross-platform solution for messages and notifications for Android, iOS, other no cost web applications, provides a powerful cloud infrastructure suite, it is a new version of Google Cloud Messaging. 

Google Cloud Platform

A suite of cloud computing services that enables developers to build, test, and deploy apps on Google's highly-scalable infrastructure. 


A cloud PaaS based on a managed container system for deploying and running modern apps. Supports several programming languages (Node, Ruby, Java, PHP, Python, Go, Scala, Clojure). 


A form of cloud computing that provides virtualized computing resources over the Internet.


The leading integrated cloud business software suite, including business accounting, ERP, CRM and e-commerce software.


A container application platform for building, developing and deploying any infrastructure; a supported distribution of Kubernetes that uses DevOps tools and Docker containers for application development.


A set of software tools for building and managing cloud computing platforms for public and private clouds.


A cloud computing service that is a simplified platform for customers to developer, run and manage Web applications, without the complexity of building and maintaining the infrastructure.


A software distribution model through which applications are hosted by a vendor/service provider and made available over a network.

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