@Abdelhamid Moursy?, you asked this question during the webinar.
Let me give you some information and then maybe you can elaborate on your question if I didn't really answer it.
MapInfo Pro supports access to a wide range of web services already. This spans from OGC WMS, OGC WFS, OGC WMTS over a number of different tile server types to support for Spectrum Spatial for geocoding and routing (isochrone and isodistance) and now also the new Pitney Bowes Commerce Cloud API's for geocoding and routing (isochrone and isodistance).
Using DBMS you can also connect to SQL Server on Microsoft Azure.
You can of course extent the capabilities of MapInfo Pro using a bit of coding in for example .NET to hook it up against other web services too.
Even though some of these services might run in the cloud, I'm not sure if this is the answer you were looking for. Please let me know.