Cloud Hosting Is The Future of Web Hosting

Posted on March 29, 2013

Cloud HostingWe are entering into exciting times for the internet. The web is changing and cloud hosting is the future of the internet.

Cloud hosting will enable companies to host all of their information online, and to access it from anywhere in the world. You will be able to recover lost data from computer crashes, and be capable of using powerful computers that would cost you millions, for only pennies.

Cloud hosting means that you can store everything from music to databases online. You just need a simple computer – hooked up to the internet and a cloud host to access huge amounts of memory and computer capacity. What this means is even if your computer is not very powerful, by connecting to the internet you can make your computer 1000 times more powerful.

You will be able to do things on your computer that would normally be impossible for it to do – with the power of cloud hosting. Some things are simply too difficult for a small computer to do, such as searching through billions of files in seconds. However, by using a cloud host, its huge computers can do this for you in a few minutes or even a few seconds.

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The Difference between Xen and VMWARE for VPS

Posted on March 27, 2013

VPS Xen VMwareIf you are new to the world of VPS hosting and happen to be shopping for one, you are likely to have a difficult time choosing between numerous different platforms that already exist.

These platforms include: OpenVZ, Cloud, Xen, VMWare, KVM and many other virtualisation options. Of these platforms, VMWare and Xen are the most recognizable and most used.

VMWare, being the oldest of the two, is more established with a wider user base and more dedicated user support system. Having a better dedicated user support means that with VMWare, users are more likely to have their technical issues handled faster and more efficiently as compared to users of Xen.

Price wise, VMWare is more expensive as compared to Xen. This pricing difference is more or less the same with Xen when you consider that VMWare has a higher capability to support simultaneous running of more virtual machines (than Xen) bearing the same specifications.

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The Benefits Of Virtual Servers (VPS)

Posted on January 10, 2013

Virtual Servers VPSAre you fed up with traditional web hosting fees?  Are you looking for a solution that costs less and offers more in return?  Well then you may want to consider Virtual Private Servers (VPS).  In addition to being less costly a VPS enables you to have total control over your hosting environment.  How is that you ask?  Well, let us explain.

A Virtual Private Server could be considered as being somewhere between shared hosting and having your own personal dedicated server.  The big difference being – as mentioned above – that you will not be shelling out the kind of money necessary for a full-blown dedicated server.  Now for some of the advantages.

By utilising a Virtual Private Server as opposed to shared hosting you will be afforded more peace of mind with your website.  Sometimes being on shared plans can result in certain sites that are on the bad side of the powers that be can wind up affecting all the other sites on the shared hosting as well.

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