What is a Cloud Infrastructure?

Cloud infrastructure refers to the hardware and software components that are required to support the computing needs of a cloud computing model. Components include servers, network storage space, virtualization software, and local area network (LAN) equipment, such as switches and routers.

Cloud infrastructure refers to the hardware and software components that are required to support the computing needs of a cloud computing model. In a cloud computing environment virtualized resources are hosted by a service provider, like Talari Networks, and delivered to the client over the Internet. These resources can include virtual machines and components, including servers, memory, firewalls, and more.