The term “cloud computing” was (supposedly) first used to describe the appearance of networked-servers on schematics. These diagrams used circles to represent the outline of a server (essentially the server’s reach within a network). When overlapped, the circles came together to form the appearance of a cloud. But clouds don’t have a perfectly defined edge, just like in reality.
In the same way that cloud computing has abstracted resources like compute, storage and bandwidth, fog computing has become the go-to name to describe the