How does cloud computing provide on-demand functionality?

Cloud computing as technology was created to deliver functionality to all of its users on-demand, at any time, and from any location. It has achieved that aim thanks to recent developments and the simple availability of apps such as Google Cloud.

A Google Cloud user may access their files from any device, at any time, and from anywhere as long as they are connected to the internet.

Cloud computing is a metaphor used for the internet. It gives on-demand access to virtualized IT resources that others can use or even subscribe to you. It has an easy way to provide configurable resources from a shared pool. The shared pool consists of networks, servers, storage, applications, and services.

Computing on demand (ODC) is also called web-based services and provided on a paid basis. The IT resources provided to users may be made available on the user’s premises or may provide as a service by third-party providers. The on-demand functionality of cloud computing has developed to meet the different demands of users’ IT resources. It is not possible to maintain optimal resources, as there can be huge fluctuations in demand.