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What is Cloud Hosting all about?

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  • What is Cloud Hosting all about?

    Cloud hosting, or a cloud web hosting, similarly, backed by large clouds of computing devices or a cluster of servers, supplies hosting resources such as data storage, network bandwidth and CPU usage and bills the customer in the way of utility. With a cloud host, We only pay what we use and never have to worry about how this cloud stuff is accomplished in the back stage. we don't have to worry about any of the technical aspects such as load balance and security, Nor the hardware performance, nor the chores such as device repair or replacement.

    In Other Words, any of the any of the websites hosted on a hosting cloud or cloud based hosting should have the potential to spread its computing needs across the entire cloud, introducing the following benefits :

    # High scalability enables easy and fast scaling in resource consumption, either manually or automatically.
    # Sudden website usage surge will not be a problem at all because the burden is evenly spread across the entire network.
    # Instantly available resources from the pool (not restricted by any single physical server at all) to be allocated to where it’s most needed.
    # High availability and great reduced failure risk because the cloud works as a whole and any integral piece of hardware in it is dispensable. The failure of any one of them will not affect any of the hosted websites at all.

  • #2
    Cloud hosting provides a cluster of servers where you can host your website. There are various other websites along with your websites that share the space in this cluster. There is access to a huge pool of resources and you can scale them according to your requirements. The downtime is also reduced to a great extent as the load is evenly balanced between all the websites. Moreover cloud hosting is the most affordable form of hosting as you only pay for the resources that you use. To get more information on cloud hosting, visit - Cloud Hosting | Cloud Website Hosting | Cheap Cloud Shared Web Hosting UK
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    • #3
      Cloud hosting is a type of web hosting service delivered through multi-server system, also called as Clustered Hosting. Though Cloud hosting is not precisely defined yet however, in general, a cloud hosting can be considered when it is delivered from a completely redundant, group of servers which need dynamically scalable and often virtualized resources to keep the system up.


      • #4
        What is Cloud Hosting all about?

        In a nutshell, cloud hosting (often also referred to as clustered hosting) is a step up from
        the shared hosting infrastructure that is commonly used today. By handling security, load balancing and server resources virtually you are no longer restricted to the limits of one physical piece of hardware. In basic terms, online operations are not limited to a single server, they have access to the processing power of a number of servers that are distributed in real time.

        In a physical environment, a web site (for instance) is limited to the resource constraints
        that is housed within the physical unit (RAM, processing power, bandwidth etc). The concept of a cloud infrastructure no longer has this limitation – you, as a customer, can purchase as much computing power as you need from a virtually inexhaustible supply. The nature of the infrastructure means that scaling up and down is seemless and thus spikes in traffic aren’t problematic.

        Load-balancing occurs at the software level and is dynamically load-balanced across a number of servers. Servers can be added or removed from the cluster with no impact or downtime on hosted applications meaning less disruption for customers. 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 organization could obtain through huge IT expenditure.