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    What is the best cloud hosting or web hosting?
    My website visitor now are reaching more than 100k a month. The VPS plan with level 3 package is becoming slow in which I integrate MaxCDN to speed. Anyone can give me a suggestion on what is the best web hosting or cloud hosting company out there?

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    Cloud webhosting is hosting that uses the resources of several clustered servers. Basically, this means that your website uses the virtual resources of several servers to accommodate all the aspects of hosting your site. The load is balanced, security is taken care of and hardware resources are available virtually so they can be used when needed. The cluster of servers is the cloud.
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    Cloud hosting has many advantages over the shared hosting services and sometimes performs better than dedicated hosting solutions. Cloud hosting is delivered of commuting service as on the product.

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnsingh View Post
    Cloud hosting has many advantages over the shared hosting services and sometimes performs better than dedicated hosting solutions. Cloud hosting is delivered of commuting service as on the product.
    I second this, well said
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    We have all seen the situations where a web site might be under stress because it has had a sudden burst of popularity. With regular shared hosting we have today – once that web site reaches the limits of the single server it is on, it chokes. Now with a cloud hosting setup, you would have access to a number of different servers so the web site under stress could still have access to as much bandwidth, RAM, CPU power or any other server side resource that it needed.

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    thank you all
    i have learned a lot

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    Cloud Hosting uses remote server rather than real servers. For details please check our cloud blog

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    I also prefer cloud hosting to shared hosting services, and after reading this thread I know alot more than I did before. Thanks everybody

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    With the Cloud server you will be able to modify the server resources anytime you want this.If your server for example is overloaded and you want to add more memory ,cpu or disk space, you can just push one button and add additional resources for your server.You can also decrease the number of server resources in the same way if you see for example, that your server doesn't need 2 GB of Ram and 2 Cpu, but is working without any problems with one CPU and 1 Gb of RAM.

    This is the main advantage of the Cloud technology.Moreover, with a Cloud server you get more stability and data security as your data is located on the San disk massive.Besides, you can install any type of OS on your Cloud server( Debian,Centos or Ubuntu). Please mind that for Windows based servers, you will need a more powerful server as Windows system needs more system resources than Linux.

    With Cloud servers nowadays a lot of people use CDN technology.

    A content delivery network or content distribution network (CDN) is a system of computers containing copies of data placed at various nodes of a network.

    When properly designed and implemented, a CDN can improve access to the data it caches by increasing access bandwidth and redundancy and reducing access latency. Data content types often cached in CDNs include web objects (text, graphics, URLs and scripts), downloadable objects (media files, software, documents), applications, live streaming media, and database queries.

    CDN benefits:

    The capacity sum of strategically placed servers can be higher than the network backbone capacity. This can result in an impressive increase in the number of concurrent users. For instance, when there is a 10 Gbit/s network backbone and 200 Gbit/s central server capacity, only 10 Gbit/s can be delivered. But when 10 servers are moved to 10 edge locations, total capacity can be 10×10 Gbit/s.

    Strategically placed edge servers decrease the load on interconnects, public peers, private peers and backbones, freeing up capacity and lowering delivery costs. It uses the same principle as above. Instead of loading all traffic on a backbone or peer link, a CDN can offload these by redirecting traffic to edge servers.

    CDNs generally deliver content over TCP and UDP connections. TCP throughput over a network is affected by both latency and packet loss. In order to reduce both of these parameters, CDNs traditionally place servers as close to the edge networks that users are on as possible. Theoretically the closer the content the faster the delivery, although network distance may not be the factor that leads to best performance. End users will likely experience less jitter, fewer network peaks and surges, and improved stream quality—especially in remote areas. The increased reliability allows a CDN operator to deliver HD quality content with high Quality of Service, low costs and low network load. Some providers also utilize TCP acceleration technology to further boost CDN’s performance and end-user experiences.

    CDNs can dynamically distribute assets to strategically placed redundant core, fallback and edge servers. CDNs can have automatic server availability sensing with instant user redirection. A CDN can offer 100% availability, even with large power, network or hardware outages.

    CDN technologies give more control of asset delivery and network load. They can optimize capacity per customer, provide views of real-time load and statistics, reveal which assets are popular, show active regions and report exact viewing details to the customers. These usage details are an important feature that a CDN provider must provide, since the usage logs are no longer available at the content source server after it has been plugged into the CDN, because the connections of end-users are now served by the CDN edges instead of the content source.

    I guess if you want to increase the speed of your sites for your customers from different parts of the world, CDN will be the best solution for you.

    Now Hostpro CDN network contains 11 places in the world through which your content will be working.These places are:

    Kiev, Dublin, Chicago, London, Tokyo, Toronto, Kuala Lumpur, Amsterdam, Los-Angeles, Washington,Deli.More places will be added soon all over the world.
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    Cloud Hosting is a new type of hosting platform which allows users powerful, scalable and reliable hosting based on clustered load-balanced servers and utility billing.It may be in the context of multiple servers in one single location or multiple servers in multiple locations.

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    Cloud computing is the use of computing resources (hardware and software) that are delivered as a service over a network (typically the Internet). The name comes from the use of a cloud-shaped symbol as an abstraction for the complex infrastructure it contains in system diagrams. Cloud computing entrusts remote services with a user's data, software and computation.

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    Cloud Hosting is getting very popular these days due to the best services they provide to their customers.

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    It is a technology that is crating quite a buzz around these days. It uses the internet and central remote servers to maintain data and applications.

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    Cloud hosting services are the hottest trend in the hosting market. Cloud hosting has many advantages over the shared hosting services and sometimes performs better than dedicated hosting solutions. There are different cloud computing technologies and cloud hosting providers offer different cloud service platforms. In this tutorial, we have tried to brief the information on cloud hosting into several articles and to offer you clear examples when cloud hosting would be the best solution for your needs. Enjoy your reading!
    Cloud Hosting Tutorial covers the following topics:

    Cloud Computing
    Learn about the Cloud computing technology and which are the main benefits of the cloud? History of cloud technology
    Cloud Computing Infrastructure
    Cloud computing solutions vary depending on the provider. Here we tried, however, to outline a few similarities in the cloud infrastructure.
    Cloud vs. Grid Computing
    Comparison between Cloud and Grid computing. Cloud computing tries to enhance the concept of Grid computing and avoid the single point of failure when one unit fails
    Cloud vs. Utility Computing
    Comparison between Cloud and Utility computing. Utility computing is very often connected to Cloud computing as it is one of the options for its accounting.
    Cloud Servers
    Cloud servers run as software-independent units. This means that a cloud server has all the software it requires to run and does not depend on any centrally-installed software.
    Cloud Hosting Definition
    What is cloud hosting? Cloud hosting benefits. Which cloud hosting services to choose?
    Cloud Hosting Application
    Cloud Hosting is suitable for all kinds of web applications. Here we have outlined the when the cloud hosting solution is most preferred.

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    The most popular hosting service nowadays is the cloud hosting. This allows you to gain access to many servers at a single point of time.

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