Cloud hosting, also called clustered hosting, is a web hosting service that is delivered from a network of connected servers. The servers are not necessarily in the same data center; in fact they are more likely located in data centers scattered around the globe.
In layperson terms, the cloud delivers a hosting environment for computing resources that have been pooled together and delivered over the Internet. It does not limit an application to a specific set of resources.
The cloud allows hosts to have agility and be business-aligned for optimized performance. The major cloud resellers, like theppcdifference.com have fully redundant networks which use the major local and international Internet connectivity providers for premium bandwidth.
How It Works
Until now, resources have been constrained to the limitations of the hardware and applications at hand. For instance, your resources may be limited to your server’s amount of RAM, processing power, storage and bandwidth. It may also be limited to the amount of floor space available, budget and a multitude of other reasons that slow down expansion.
Cloud computing allows the customer to purchase as much, or as little computing power as they need. Power and resources is load balanced to provide… Continue reading