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    Quote Originally Posted by ksla View Post
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    Welcome. I am interested about cloud hosting and cloud computing. Now I am study about it. I want to know the latest items about it.
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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.

    According to the web journal Web2.sys the key benefits of Cloud hosting are:

    Rapid deployment. It can take a business weeks or months to role out an MDM system. Cloud-based solutions can be activated within hours. It allows you a company to rapidly deploy policies and control access with simple-click configuration and provisioning.

    Flexible expense management. In most cloud-based models you pay nothing up front and pay predictable monthly service fees. Cloud models allow you to scale at your own pace the service as your business grows. If a company wants to roll out management to 50 or 500 employees at one time, it takes the same amount of IT resources and can be accomplished in the same time interval.

    Device diversity. Today, many businesses supporting RIM’s Blackberry operating system and adding basic management for Apple’s iOS devices. However, it’s guaranteed that a company’s employees will be considering other operating systems such as Android and Windows Phone. A cloud based management solution will support all the operating systems.

    One console to rule them all. Once you decide to support multiple operating systems, you’ll have multiple consoles. You can get a unified console view with an on-premise MDM (Mobile Device Management) solution but not until you decide to roll out the solution. With cloud mobility management, you can support iPhones and iPads on one console today and use that same console to support Android devices and whatever else comes down the road.

    Near Zero-day updates. The OS landscape changes quickly. If you own your mobility management solution, you’re in charge of updating it each time a new version of an OS rolls out. Generally, IT staffs are weeks behind in supporting the newest releases of an operating system. Cloud-based providers have the service updated almost immediately.
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    yes i think wikipedia is a great way to learn about cloud

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    Cloud hosting is one of the many utilizations of cloud computing technology.
    Cloud computing refers to any process (ie. hosting), method or activity that involves the cloud. The cloud, on the other hand, is the virtual server or system that is accessible online, where users can store and edit files, and perform a wide variety of IT tasks. This technology uses the real cloud as a metaphor, where one can imagine storing files in it, and being able to access it anytime and anywhere as long as there is an Internet connection.
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    It vere nice information.... Thank You for share....

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    The main thing about Cloud is that it can be scaled up and down according to your required resources.
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    Want to more about Cloud hosting.

    Cloud web host is the newest form of the web host who has become popular over modern times.When your site is on cloud hosting, then you will be able to have access to multiple servers and not a single one. You can also add any number of servers and scale up as you wish. This is one of the major advantages of this hosting.

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    Networking company Cisco Systems released its second annual Cisco Global Cloud Index in October of 2012. The Index examines the current state of cloud computing and extrapolates future developments.

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    Cloud hosting is a web hosting technique to host servers with a flexible, scalable and cost-effective approach. These websites guaranteed up time and redundant IT infrastructure. There are no fixed servers assigned to a particular website.

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    It exists as an alternative to hosting websites on single servers (either dedicated or shared servers) and can be considered as an extension of the concept of clustered hosting where websites are hosted on multiple servers.

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    Cloud computing can be defined as storing and accessing data and programs over the Internet instead of your computer's hard drive. The data in the cloud is stored on many physical and/or virtual servers that are hosted by a third-party service provider.

    Cloud computing is not about your hard drive.The cloud is also not about having a dedicated storage hardware or server in residence. Storing data on a home or office network does not count as utilizing the cloud.For it to be considered as cloud computing, you need to access your data or your programs over the Internet.

    Cloud computing helps users to access files and use applications from any device that can access the Internet.Cloud is just the metaphor for Internet.

    Cloud computing can be broadly classified as:

    1> IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) - Hardware hosted by a cloud service provider given for customer use using their portal. Provider hosts and manages the hardware. Customer pays for the usage.

    2> SaaS (Software as a Service) - Provider hosts the software on their infrastructure and provide it as a service to customers. Provider manages either both infrastructure and software or provides only software and use some other IaaS service provider for hardware. Customer pays for the software usage.

    3> PaaS (Platform as a Service) - PaaS providers provide a platform to host customer applications. These are essentially software services provided as a platform. Customer launches either enterprise application or home grown application on the PaaS platform.

    The main use of Cloud Computing is :

    Create new apps and services
    Store, back up and recover data
    Host websites and blogs
    Stream audio and video
    Deliver software on demand
    Analyse data for patterns and make predictions

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