Zonal Resources in cloud computing refers to resources in a cloud platform that are tied to a specific zone (Availability Zone) and can't be used or accessed outside of that zone. These can include virtual machines, databases, or storage systems that are provisioned in a specific zone.
Zonal Resources work by being tied to a specific Availability Zone within a cloud provider's region. They're provisioned within that zone and can't be used or accessed outside of it.
A cloud service provider, CloudServe, offers Zonal Resources that customers can use to build and deploy their applications. A customer, AppCorp, uses these resources to deploy their application in a specific zone, providing low-latency access to their users within that zone.
A distinct location within a cloud provider's region that is insulated from failures in other zones and provides low-latency connectivity to other zones in the same region.
A characteristic of a system which aims to ensure an agreed level of performance, usually uptime, for a higher than normal period.