Public cloud service refers to a cloud computing service that is provided over the internet by a third-party provider, available to the public and can be accessed by anyone with an internet connection. Public cloud services are often used for hosting web applications, managing data, and running business applications.
Scalability: Can scale up or down quickly and easily to meet changing demands.
Flexibility: Allowing businesses to choose the ones that best meet their needs.
Cost-effective: Users only pay for the resources they use and do not have to invest in expensive infrastructure.
Availability: Available from anywhere with an internet connection, allowing users to access their data and applications from anywhere.
Security: Typically provides robust security features, including firewalls, intrusion detection, and encryption, to protect user data and applications from cyber threats.
Automation: Allow users to automate routine tasks, such as backups and software updates, saving time and resources.