Cloud Infrastructure

Cloud infrastructure encompasses the hardwareand software components, including servers, storage, networks, and virtualization resources, provided by cloud service providers like AWS, Azure, and Google Cloud Platform. In Unreal Engine and pixel streaming platforms like Arcane Mirage, cloud infrastructure supports scalable, on-demand accessto computing resources required for hosting, managing, and delivering applications, content, and services over the internet. By leveraging cloud infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) solutions, developers can deploy Unreal Engine projects, store and manage data, and scale resources based on application demand and user requirements. Cloud infrastructure enhances agility, reliability, and cost-efficiency for developing and operating cloud-based solutions, enabling seamless integration, global accessibility, and optimal performance for real-time 3D applications, virtual environments, and interactive simulations.