Full Cloud Server
In a Full Cloud implementation, resources are allocated entirely in the cloud. A typical application, for example, will have its frontend allocated on a minimum of one to an almost infinite number of Cloud Servers, while its backend database is accessed via simple connection instances, regardless of the number of nodes or systems. Full Cloud solutions eliminate the need for large hardware startup investments and recurring upgrades, offering the opportunity to pay only for the resources actually needed and used!
Hybrid Cloud Server
This is the case of Hybrid Cloud solutions where resources are partly accessed via the cloud and partly via traditional systems. For example, if a company needs massive database computing power only in certain situations, the database can be left on traditional architecture to keep costs down and transferred to the cloud only when needed in order to minimize the cost for he cloud infrastructure. Thus Hybrid Cloud solutions offer flexibility to businesses without the need for large and recurring hardware investments and upgrades!