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Cloud Workloads

Cloud Workloads refer to applications, services, or specific workloads that run using cloud resources such as computing or memory. Cloud Workloads vary by workload size, workload frequency, or resources needed (such as computational, GPU, and CPU resources or memory and storage). Workloads that can run public clouds include but are not limited to API development, testing, and management; back-end mobile app development; collaboration and content management; database and container management; virtual desktops; and disaster recovery.
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