Cloud architecture involved in the delivery of cloud computing typically requires multiple cloud components communicating with each other. Cloud-based networks are engineered using a systematic approach to process and integrate contributions from diverse areas such as software, Web sharing, performance, databases, and platforms.
Cloud communications architectures are Internet-based voice and data networks where telecommunications applications, switching and storage are hosted by a third-party outside of the organization using them, and they are accessed over the public Internet. Hosted cloud communications providers deliver voice & data communications applications and services, hosting them on servers that the providers own and maintain, giving their customers access.
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In the 1990s, telecommunications companies converted dedicated point-to-point data circuits to virtual private networks (VPN) with comparable quality of service but at a much lower cost. They used the cloud symbol to denote the demarcation zone between the provider side and the user’s portion of the network. Today, the Cloud denotes the expansion of that middle zone into a shared platform encompassing servers, the network infrastructure, and applications.