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Cloud Hosting for Your Business

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As the world turns to technology for everything from social life to business, the glitches of the digital system can become quite apparent, and everyday experts are coming up with innovative services and options that correct these glitches and help the digitally dependent population to continue their work free from such problems.

Cloud Hosting

Cloud hosting is one such service that helps to reduce the problems caused due to physical web server glitches. A lot of modern businesses opt for cloud hosting these days because of its reliability. Initially, the websites were hosted on a single physical server, but with cloud hosting technology the websites make use of resources from a huge network of physical servers. Even if one of the servers in the network is down, it does not stop the functioning of the website.

Cloud computing, or in simpler shorthand just “the cloud”, also focuses on maximizing the effectiveness of the shared resources. Cloud resources are usually not only shared by multiple users but are also dynamically reallocated per demand. This can work for allocating resources to users. For example, a cloud computer facility that serves European users during European business hours with a specific application may reallocate the same resources to serve North American users during North America’s business hours with a different application.

Types of Cloud Hosting

To put it simply, cloud hosting is a service that helps to host your website on a virtual server, which draws on resources from multiple physical web servers. It is a utility service, and the network of physical web servers are pulled from a variety of data centres from multiple locations. Cloud hosting can be of three types depending on your business and your requirements:

  1. Private cloud
  2. Public cloud
  3. Hybrid cloud

In the model of private cloud hosting, the resource pool of servers can be handled only privately by one singular organization, following the principles of the traditional individual Local Access Networks (LAN). This model provides security and privacy because the resources are protected by the company’s firewall, is cost efficient, and provides greater control to the one using the service.

Public cloud models are used to provide services to a considerable number of clients by using shared and common infrastructure. The resources pooled are shared and publicly accessible. This is also the most preferred model of cloud hosting due to its cost effectiveness and independence of location.

Using the advantageous points of both private and public cloud models, hybrid cloud models provide the greatest scalability to its users.

Choosing the right Cloud Hosting Service

There are three types of cloud hosting services:

  1. Software as a Service (SaaS)
  2. Platform as a Service (PaaS)
  3. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS)

PaaS and IaaS service providers are more common than SaaS. They are similar to providing virtual machines like VMware. Since in cloud hosting the data resides in a third party’s server, it is necessary to check terms of privacy, the security, and accreditation of the service providers. They usually provide clients with a strong firewall and encrypted code of added security.

A good service provider will provide unlimited bandwidth, the latest servers, and self-healing platforms, and the pricing of their services will be clear and well structured. Apart from a record of fast deployment of services, the service provider should offer 24/7 customer support facilities to help their clients make the most of their cloud hosting experience. Recommended service providers will help you benefit from high-performing EMC hardware, intelligent VMware software, and balancing of the load.

Author’s bio:

Simon Hopes is a renowned author of various online contents, all of which are in relation to the three types of cloud hosting services and its importance in various sectors, all around the world.

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