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Vertical Cloud

Definition - What does Vertical Cloud mean?

A vertical cloud is a type cloud computing solution designed specifically for a business sector or model.

Techopedia explains Vertical Cloud

Vertical clouds enable organizations to provision or build applications that are designed having functionality, resources and other application-specific requirements ideally suited for their needs. These cloud solutions are built around a vertical and optimized to provide services to only limited business model, process or need.

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