Cloud hosting is usually a set of collected resources delivered through a network in which customers have access to the entire network of servers, which are all "flow" to each other.
Of running business-critical applications to store large amounts of data or provide an online solution for millions of users across geographies, service delivery must be perfect.
Cloud hosting services provide flawless execution of your request from your host infrastructure provides a hosting environment that does not restrict the application to a particular set of resources.
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Some examples of cloud computing applications include software as a service (SaaS), Customer Relationship Management (CRM), file storage, file synchronization, and file backup.
Businesses can have their own private clouds that include certain services and can only be accessed by certain people.
It is basically a hybrid between dedicated and shared hosting and the main advantage is that the end-user ie you only pay for what you use, nothing more, nothing less.
Clouds can quickly make available resources as they are needed to scale to thousands of servers. Cloud hosting customers need not to worry about buying new hardware to meet the demands of increased traffic or traffic spikes.Thus big you get the hardware and dedicated resources with the flexibility to scale up and down.
Benefits of Cloud Hosting:
Reduce Costs – With cloud technology, you only pay for what you use and also offers flexibility, in that it can be quickly and easily scaled up and down according to demand. You subscribe to software and hardware instead of buying it
Improved Cloud storage offers virtually unlimited storage than servers and hard drives. Require more storage space is not a problem; neither is upgrading servers and equipment – all that will be charged for more storage space is an increase in your monthly fee.