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What is Cloud Hosting?
Cloud Hosting is a segment derived from a Cloud Computing Technology infrastructure. It is an innovative and evolving technology becoming increasingly popular due to its level of availability and reliability that no other web hosting solution can offer.
What is Private Cloud? Private cloud is the implementation of cloud services on resources dedicated to your account. With the private cloud, you can manage all your resources from a central location and allocate them as and when needed, giving you complete control over your environment. For example, private cloud hosting gives you the ability to instantly scale your web server resources to handle the load or to create as many VPSes as you need.
Dedicated Resources Individual cloud servers have their own dedicated resources such as CPU, disk space and memory and each of them is deployed to a fully redundant, multi-server cloud system working as one entity with virtually unlimited computing resources.
Cost effective Cloud Hosting provides complete and more granular control over the allocated hardware resources. All resources on a cloud VPS are instantly scalable and adjustable to meet the demand of higher traffic loads. Users can automatically alter the hosting capacity of their virtual server as required, while allowing them to determine the amount of resources needed and then pay for only the resources they use, when they use them.
Reliability and Flexibility Generally, a Cloud Server refers to a number of combined system resources acting as a Cloud which provides extreme availability, scalability, manageability and flexibility to the users.
The Cloud Hosting is backed by a number of fully redundant Clouds providing various hosting resources and advantages such as scalable CPU power / RAM resources, ultra fast and reliable data storage on a SAN (Storage Area Network) cluster storage systems, automatic hypervisor fail-over allowing virtual machines to be instantly moved to a new hardware machine in the event of a failure and many more.