Imagine being in a magazine with thousands of articles. Then imagine that each palette has items other than the adjacent palette. Not only that, but to have more than 1000 pallets in the same warehouse.
A real mess.
Collection warehouses are places where various items produced by factories are collected. It is not said that warehouses have only the factories that produce, but for practical reasons such as redistribution and distribution or sale of items in the most efficient way collection warehouses have been created.
The latter have contracts with various world manufacturers and supply various materials and items to wholesalers who then supply the supermarkets and shops of our neighborhoods.
Once again as you may have guessed we are talking about warehouses which have millions of different items collected from different parts of the world. There are thousands of containers and thousands of pallets in them which in turn hold millions of devices, items and smaller materials.
To make it easier to understand, imagine that in the same collection magazine there are food items that supermarkets supply us. Have building materials. Have clothing materials supplied by shops, etc.
All these materials are inventoried and memorized separately through technology. And since technological space costs a lot, then cloud technology is also used for collection warehouses.
Computerized mechanisms and applications that make them functional need very large storage.
Cloud is the only way to save dizzying costs on space devices such as hard disk. With thousands of hard disks. Not only this, with the help of fire you can get rid of clutter you don’t need.
Which is not the case with cloud online.