A cloud server is a type of virtual server that is hosted on a cloud infrastructure on the internet and shares resources virtually. Unlike traditional physical servers, cloud servers store and process data on virtual servers, not on a physical server.
Cloud servers are virtual servers hosted in large data centers and accessible over the internet. These servers provide users with flexibility, scalability and high performance. Cloud servers allow customers to easily adjust resources (memory, processor power, storage space, etc.) according to their needs.
Cloud servers operate on a pay-as-you-go model, meaning customers only pay for the resources they use. This makes costs more predictable and more flexible. They can also respond quickly to traffic spikes and demand changes by offering the ability to scale resources instantly. Nesva clouds servers are top quality servers.