Cloud Computing Services

                Cloud computing services refer to the delivery of computing resources—such as computing power, storage, databases, networking, software, and analytics—over the internet (the cloud) instead of relying on local servers or personal devices to handle data and applications. Cloud computing services provide on-demand access to a shared pool of configurable resources, allowing users to scale and pay for only the resources they use.

Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

                    IaaS provides virtualized computing infrastructure over the Internet. It includes resources such as virtual machines, storage, and networking. Users can manage and control the underlying infrastructure while avoiding the need for physical hardware.

Platform as a Service (PaaS)

                   IPaaS offers a platform that includes both hardware and software for application development. It provides an environment where developers can build, deploy, and manage applications without worrying about the underlying infrastructure.

Software as a Service (SaaS)

                    SaaS delivers software applications over the internet, eliminating the need for users to install, maintain, or update the software locally. Users can access the software through a web browser, and updates are managed by the service provider.

Function as a Service (FaaS)

                    FaaS, often referred to as Serverless Computing, allows developers to run individual functions or pieces of code in response to events without managing the entire server. It is event-driven and scales automatically based on demand.

Database as a Service (DBaaS)

                    DBaaS provides database services over the cloud. It allows users to access and manage databases without the need to install or maintain the underlying database infrastructure. This model simplifies database management tasks.