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Introduction To Cloud Hosting and Its Benefits

  • Thursday, June 16, 2011
  • M. Anandhan Mudhaliyar
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  • Cloud Hosting can have many advantages over shared hosting, and physical hosting infrastructures. Handling security, load balancing and server resources virtually you are no longer restricted to the limits of one physical piece of hardware. You have access to a whole farm of computers and your load can be distributed between them.

    The “CLOUD” is typically a network or cluster of servers that is designed to easily scale business applications to where the user only pays for the resources they use, and has largely become the primary advantage for cloud hosting. This works well for many businesses, including start-ups who may not be able to afford dedicated hosting or managed hosting services initially. Now there is a way where they can easily scale as their users scale with the applications. The cloud architecture has the ability to provide small and medium enterprises the stability and resilience of a web hosting architecture that a few years ago only huge corporate organizations could obtain through huge IT expenditure.

    How Does Cloud Hosting Benefit The Customer
    The web hosting industry is changing. No longer should your site reside on a single web server. We utilize the latest cloud hosting and grid layer technologies. Websites are ‘Load Balanced’ across multiple servers to ensure that individual hardware failures won’t affect you. A traffic spike on another website won’t affect your site’s performance. Our Redundant cloud Hosting is designed to keep your email and websites always up and running. It is targeted at businesses and consumers who need a very high level of uptime but don’t have a large IT budget to spend on complicated load-balanced, multi-server solutions.

    14 Responses to “Introduction To Cloud Hosting and Its Benefits”

    Joe said...
    June 28, 2011 at 11:35 AM

    I have noticed that cloud hosting has become a sort of buzzword since Apple, Amazon and Google unveiled their plans to host music on the cloud. The word "cloud" just sounds friendly, inviting and simple like a fresh pillow waiting to cushion your head through slumber. The thing that I don't understand is, is it really any different than a server that lets your stream off of it? Is a cloud just a high-speed server with loads of storage space?


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    July 20, 2011 at 6:27 AM

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    February 4, 2012 at 4:23 AM

    Hi, Cloud hosting is the need of the hour for enterprise hosting needs. It addresses the extended hosting requirements of large enterprises with proper scalability and robustness. When in need, it helps enterprises in building a robust and reliable IT infrastructure for their enhanced hosting needs within no time.


    David Dunbar said...
    October 13, 2012 at 5:17 AM

    Hi,You are right that cloud hosting have many advantages over the traditional hosting service like:security,backup and disaster recovery,better speed and bandwidth and cost effective also.

    So, basically its help the small scale industries those who have not pay that much amount to start their business. Which is not possible in the previous one.
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    December 28, 2012 at 2:03 AM

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