Any logical server that is set up, hosted and provided through a cloud platform via the Internet is known as a cloud server. They act much like typical servers, but the user accesses information remotely from the service provider.
Cloud servers come in two types: physical and logical. Users access both types of cloud servers through the Internet, but users do not share a physical cloud server, which is also called a dedicated cloud server. When server virtualization delivers the server, it is called a logical cloud server. The physical server is distributed into multiple logical servers.
Some of the advantages that cloud servers offer include enhanced reliability and easier access. Also, clients do not have to make an investment in hardware and servers on their own premises. This leads to financial savings, as the clients only pay for what they use.
Some concerns that are connected with cloud server hosting include areas of security and the lack of physical access to the hardware. The fact that another party has control over the management of the information on the server is also a potential issue. Clouds often consist of multiple connected servers that offer more vulnerabilities in those areas than traditional in-house servers.