What is Cloud Hosting?

Definition of Cloud Hosting

Cloud hosting is one of the most functional categories of cloud computing technologies that integrate a diverse number of machines to act as a unit. Unlike conventional and shared hosting solutions, cloud hosting is operated by many cloud servers.

Explanation of Cloud Hosting

Cloud hosting is synonymous with server on-demand hosting, cloud server hosting or cluster server hosting. It is the hosting services that are provided to customers via a cloud, and not by a single or virtual server

The user can experience optimum and guaranteed website performance, definite server resources superfluous data storage with no failure and complete flexibility option in the most affordable price.

Functionally cloud hosting can be explained through two services: Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Platform as a Service (PaaS). The IaaS offers the virtualized hardware resource on which user can install their choice of software environment before developing their web application. Whereas, on a PaaS service, the client is also provided with software, on which they install and develop their web application.

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