The short answer is no, you cannot mine Bitcoin on the cloud. There are a few reasons for this. Firstly, it is not economically viable to do so. The cost of electricity to power the servers and the cooling costs to keep them from overheating would outweigh the revenue generated from mining. Secondly, most cloud mining operations are scams.
They will promise guaranteed returns and then pocket the money invested while never actually providing any mining services. Finally, even if you could find a legitimate cloud mining operation, the Bitcoin network is designed to make it increasingly difficult to mine Bitcoin as more people join in. This is done through a process called “mining difficulty” which adjusts the complexity of the math problems that miners need to solve in order to earn rewards. As more people join the network and try to mine, the difficulty goes up, making it harder to turn a profit.
So in conclusion, it is not possible to mine Bitcoin on the cloud. Any operation claiming to do so is likely a scam, and even if it were legitimate, it would not be profitable.