Differences Between Cloud Hosting And Normal Hosting

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Hosting is a method used for hosting a website on a web server. This in term helps the website to live on the internet. This will allow the users of the internet to see the contents of the websites. All these years of websites, 99% was plain or normal hosting. Nowadays, the term cloud hosting has become very popular among the industry. Even though the term is new to you, there are possibilities of you working on it previously without being aware of it.
The pioneers of cloud hosting until date is Google. The cloud in cloud hosting is mostly made in reference to wide range of computers, which is commonly used at once. A good example of this type of cloud is the search engine.
Similarly, cloud hosting is a type of hosting where the website is hosted on wide range of computer infrastructure. In simple words, it can be said as a group of computer servers where the website is hosted. The main advantage of this type of hosting is that it gives the site more power and support for its operations and performance. This will reduce the server related issues and the chances of server crashing from time to time.
In cloud hosting, the website uses resources from various computer services or groups of virtual computers for its successful operations. This type of hosting will take care of all the issues that may arise on a server such as its load balance, security features and all maintenance.
Plain or normal hosting has limited disk space and resources. In normal hosting, websites will not be able to expand its features and other aspects of the websites. However, it is not the same case with cloud hosting, as it does not have any limitations or restrictions in virtual servers. It is important to understand the cloud hosting has various options on its availability of certain features and benefits.

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This article was published on 2011/03/26