A cloud server is a logical server that is built, hosted and delivered through a cloud computing platform over the Internet. Cloud servers possess and exhibit similar capabilities and functionality to a typical server but are accessed remotely from a cloud service provider.
This adjust maximum RAM and CPU uses for each server. according to demand of application it dynamically allocate resources (CPU and RAM).
According to needs of existing environment, set the triggers that add and remove application server nodes, these nodes vary as per the define triggers.
To handle excess simultaneous request withour failure, minimize response delay and to speed up processing, setup workload balancer for server nodes.
Use multicast to replicate the data on different instances of cloud in order to run your service without any hassle or failure.