Cloud Rendering

Cloud Rendering

What is Cloud Technology? Where is Cloud? Maybe you have already thought about it and have met with such questions. For simple explanation, cloud processing means keeping and accessing data and programs rather than being restricted to your computer is available throughout the Internet.

Cloud is not about the physical hard drive of your computer. When you save data to your hard disk or run a program on a hard drive, you actually work with local storage and processing. In this situation, everything you need is physically close to you, which means you can easily and quickly access your data. Considering cloud computing you can access your data or applications from across the Internet.

In fact, a cloud is a broad line of computers connected to each other and acting as a single ecosystem. The clouds are configured to provide one or more specific types of services to their users, which means users can remotely access these services.

Cloud services are fully pre-configured to allow the user to take advantage of it without having to make any specific adjustments.

Now with the explanations presented, we have a clearer glance in our mind. We would like to have a brief look at the use of cloud in our career, the Render Farm Service.

We know RenderBoost is a cloud render farm. We have fully explained the concept of cloud in the above. The cloud rendering system means that a set of powerful hardware and the latest networking system is integrated in one form that users has the ability to render in network with just a few clicks, regardless of hardware updates. The data processing in cloud rendering includes two parts: the first part is to send information using the Boost Cloud application, which is the file upload, and the second part involves processing the uploaded file and completing the rendering process and finally downloading the rendered file information automatically.

In other words, using this technology, users of both Mac and Windows can upload their rendering file via the BoostCloud app and use a system that is capable of rendering their projects with a power of 12672 GHz.

To conclude, with the growth of online services in various fields and with the approach taken by large companies offering online services, and the amount of information users need to participate in their projects, the need for companies that offer cloud rendering in comparison with manual rendering is felt more than ever before.

RenderBoost by looking at the future and past experience, are trying to provide a new concept of cloudrendering services in the industry.
In the end, we invite you to register on our website and upload a rendering file through the BoostCloud app and Click the render button. The next thing to do is eat a cup of coffee and get the file ready.

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