The rapid development of social media, and special websites with critical reviews of products have created a huge collection of resources for customers all over the world. These data may contain a lot of information including product reviews, predicting market changes, and the polarity of opinions. Machine learning and deep learning algorithms provide the necessary tools for intelligence analysis in these challenges. In current competitive markets, it is essential to understand opinions, and sentiments of reviewers by extracting and analyzing their features. Besides, processing and analyzing this volume of data in the cloud can increase the cost of the system, strongly. Fewer dependencies on expensive hardware, storage space, and related software can be provided through cloud computing and Natural Language Processing (NLP). In our work, we propose an integrated architecture of Convolutional Neural Network (CNN) and Long Short-Term Memory (LSTM) network to identify the polarity of words on the Google cloud and performing computations on Google Colaboratory. Our proposed model based on deep learning algorithms with word embedding technique learns features through a CNN layer, and these features are fed directly into a bidirectional LSTM layer to capture long-term feature dependencies. Then, they can be reused from a CNN layer to provide abstract features before final dense layers. The main goal for this work is to provide an appropriate solution for analyzing sentiments and classification of the opinions into positive and negative classes. Our implementations show that found on the proposed model, the accuracy of more than 89.02% is achievable.