Organizations might sometimes consider cloud computing and cloud networking as interchangeable due to their similarities. But the two strategies have different goals and processes.
Cloud computing and cloud networking are related but distinct ideas.
Cloud computing is concerned about how applications run. Cloud networking covers how connectivity to and among applications is managed and delivered.
Cloud computing shifts enterprise workload hosting from traditional in-house or colocated data centers to a cloud service provider (CSP)'s data center. The enterprise customer has no access to or direct control of the computing infrastructure underlying the services the workload runs on.
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