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The three layers of cloud computing

May 24, 2011 No Comments

Cloud computing is made up of a variety of layered elements, starting at the most basic physical layer of storage and server infrastructure and working up through the application and network layers. The cloud can be further divided into different implementation models based on whether it’s created internally, outsourced or a combination of the two.

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