What’s the difference between a server and a cloud?
A cloud is a type of a server, which is remote (usually in Data Centers), meaning you access it via the internet. You are renting the server space, rather than owning the server. A local (regular) server is one that you do buy and own physically, as well as have on site with you.
What is the difference between server and database?
A database refers to an application that provides the ability to store, backup, organize or modify digital files to a separate computing system. A server is a piece of hardware or software assigned to handle a specific type of computing function, such as connecting to multiple printers or hosting a website.
What is dedicated cloud server?
Dedicated Cloud servers allow you to build your own pool of virtual resources, connected to distributed storage and to your virtual networks. The “Dedicated Cloud” service allows you to provision one or more isolated hypervisors.