A cloud provider is a third-party company that offers a cloud-based platform, infrastructure, application, or storage services, usually for a fee. A cloud provider is a third-party company that offers a cloud-based platform, infrastructure, application, or storage services, usually for a fee.
There are many more cloud providers that specialize in some part of the enterprise software stack. Increasingly, companies will combine the large public cloud providers along with a specialist. In other words, Salesforce has partnerships with Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform and works with IBM too.
Cloud service providers (CSP) are companies that offers network services, infrastructure, or business applications in the cloud. The cloud services are hosted in a data center than can be accessed by companies or individuals using network connectivity.
ServiceNow changes that, providing a robust suite of IT applications and a custom application development platform built on a single, flexible cloud architecture. With ServiceNow, MSPs can improve efficiencies across all IT operations, drive deeper integration with business processes and systems, bring differentiated value to their customers, and eliminate costs associated with redundant service systems and infrastructure investments.