Understanding Cloud Computing Architecture:

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Cloud computing has become essential for organizations of all sizes, offering flexible storage and access to data anytime, anywhere. Let’s delve into its architecture:

Front End:

– This is the client-facing part, comprising interfaces and applications for accessing cloud platforms.

– Includes a variety of client-side tools such as web browsers (Chrome, Firefox, etc.), thin & fat clients, tablets, and mobile devices.

Back End:

– The backbone managed by service providers; handling resources needed for cloud services.

– Encompasses extensive data storage, security mechanisms, virtual machines, deployment models, servers, and traffic control systems.


– Both front end and back end are interconnected via a network, typically utilizing internet connections.

Understanding this architecture is crucial for leveraging the benefits of cloud computing in modern business operations.

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