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Cloud and hosting are two different types of services that are often used interchangeably, but they are actually quite different. 

Hosting is a physical server that stores your website’s files and makes them accessible to visitors. Cloud, on the other hand, is a virtual server that is not limited by physical space. It delivers your website’s files through the internet. 

One key difference between the two is that cloud is much more scalable than hosting. With hosting, you are limited to the size of your physical server. If you want to add more capacity, you need to buy another server. With cloud, you can simply add more resources as needed without having to worry about hardware limitations. 

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