What is a cloud computer?
it's about sharing resources, software and information over a network. In this case, via "the Internet" or, more correctly, an Internet connection. Information and data are stored on physical or virtual servers that are maintained and controlled by cloud computing providers. As a personal or corporate cloud computer user, you can access information stored on the "cloud" through an Internet connection
How does the cloud computer works?
To understand how a cloud system works, it's easier to divide it into two parts: the front end and the back end. They are connected to each other through a network (usually the Internet). The front end is the user or client side of the computer. The back end is the "cloud" part of the system.
The front end consists of the client's computer or computer network. It is also the application that is essential to access the cloud computer system. Not all cloud computing systems have the same user interface.
On the back end of the cloud technology system, there are the various computers, servers, and data storage systems that make up the cloud. A cloud computer system may include any computer program from data processing to video games. Typically, each application has its own dedicated server.
How does cloud storage work?
Connected through an Internet service, cloud storage works by enabling users to access and download data to any selected device (such as a laptop, tablet or smart phone). Cloud storage users can also edit documents at the same time as other users, making it easier to work outside the office.
How do you manage cloud storage? How does a cloud service provider store so much data?
If a cloud service provider or cloud technology company has multiple clients, the demand for storage space can be high. It is possible to "fool" a physical server into thinking it is actually multiple servers, each running its own separate operating system. This technique, called server virtualization, reduces the need for physical machines. This approach maximizes the output of a single server.
So there we have it - a very brief look at what cloud computing involves and how it works. There are a number of use cases and risks associated with this fast-growing technology, also known as "the cloud".
Will it become the future trend and replace the personal computer?
Cloud computers are more flexible and convenient, cheaper and more environmentally friendly than traditional personal computers. However, there are still bottlenecks in network speed, and there are inevitable time delay problems when playing large games or running large software on cloud computers.
In terms of performance experience, cloud computers can't completely replace personal computers yet. But these problems are improving.
However, considering operators are vigorously promoting the popularity of 5G, and cloud service providers such as Huawei are also making breakthroughs in the technology of cloud computers.
In the future, after Internet speed is no longer a problem, it is entirely possible for cloud computers to replace traditional personal computers.