Being able to diagnose errors, latency and application logs are some of the important factors that are required to understand failures; which can both be a tedious and daunting task. It takes a lot of time to go through stacks of files and data just to look for the reason of failures and lack in services. There are times where all the required information is not available at one place and it is impossible to track them. This leads to a challenging task of finding the data and then implementing it to solve the problem that arose. This is where cloud computing comes into play.
Cloud computing is a computing infrastructure and software model that ensures unlimited access to a pool of resources (like computer networks, servers, storage & applications). These resources can be easily administered with minimal efforts, usually over the internet.