@CodeGenius yes that's the purpose of RobotHub Cloud - to provide easy management of your cameras.
Given that you mention OAK-D specifically - this is RVC2 based camera that doesn't have any Linux OS / can't work standalone.
The way to connect it and manage it using RobotHub Cloud - you would install the RobotHub Agent on a compatible Linux machine (Raspberry Pi OS / Ubuntu 22.04, with x86_64 or aarch64 architecture). This machine then has these OAK-D camera(s) connected to it and can be monitored/managed remotely.
We are aware that the documentation is lacking but we are working on it with the highest priority.