Choosing the right web hosting plan can seem a bit daunting, especially if you aren’t tech - savvy. This is why we wish to introduce you to three different types of web hosting – Shared Hosting, VPS Hosting and Dedicated Server.
Businesses nowadays are under a great amount of pressure to adapt. Business operations are expanding at a rapid pace, and need of additional IT infrastructure rises, for many, co-location is an ideal solution. When deciding on a co-location there are many aspects that should be taken into consideration.
Cloud hosting has revolutionized the hosting industry, but does it mean that it is time for you to shift from dedicated hosting to the cloud. It can be tempting to jump onto the cloud wagon, but before you make that leap you should consider some important aspects of both hosting options.
There are aspects of the cloud that offer certain advantages over dedicated hosting, and those are:
By 2018 service providers will own a quarter of all IT assets installed in organizations' server rooms and closets, according to IDC report. The report also states that over the next two years, more than 60% of companies will stop managing most of their IT infrastructure, relying on advanced automation and qualified service partners to boost efficiency and directly tie datacenter spend to business value.
The past decade has been marked by cloud computing, it changed every aspect of our lives and business. Therefore it is not a surprise that businesses that still have not deployed the cloud, in one or the other form, are often facing the questions from their customers or in-house development team why they have not yet moved to the cloud. It only makes sense when faced with all the advantages that the cloud promises: scalability, redundancy, on-demand services...
Choosing a suitable hosting solution for your business can pose a significant challenge. There are a lot of options to consider, each with its own merits and downsides. Here are some situations in which virtual private servers (VPS) may be the best solution for you.
What is a VPS?
A Virtual Private Server is a powerful server that is split into multiple “virtual” servers, where each function independently - runs its own operating system and applications.
The main benefit of Hybrid Cloud is that it provides companies with the option to own their cloud base and rent additional space per use, when demand spikes due to random unplanned events. To be honest maintaining any type of infrastructure that is mostly unused is costly and now with the cloud available, utterly unnecessary.