Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Cloud Server Hosting – Overview for the Dummies




Internet has become a phenomenon and an important part of our daily lives. With more dependence of businesses on internet and the evolving needs, online speed as well as storage capability has changed dramatically. In fact, internet related costs are also coming down dramatically with every passing year. All these aspects have created conducive environment for development of cloud servers in India. In fact, all these factors have also led to decreasing cost of servers too. However, many of us don’t have a clear idea on clouds, their functioning, what they really are, how they work, and many other queries. In this blog, all these aspects will be discussed.

What is Cloud Hosting Actually?

Cloud hosting has no physical demarcation as the arrangement involves electronic structure involving storage of data over multiple computers. Once a user queries for certain information, the relevant data is fetched from the electronic arrangement of computers or servers by using a network connection, which is generally internet. 

In a typical arrangement of cloud servers in India, there are multiple server farms that act as a single large storage space as well as processor. The data of a website (which includes HTML as well as CSS files, images, videos, and others) is actually spread over a cluster of hard drive servers that are connected together, thereby acting as a single entity. Cloud hosting can be compared with a virtual disk that comes with tremendous capacity. 

Comparison between Cloud and Internet

It may seem that cloud and internet are same as two sides of the same coin. However, there are certain differences too. Internet is a vast medium of network. Cloud is a small part of the entire internet. It can be said that internet behaves like a macroscopic cloud system.  The way the speed of bandwidth is increasing and the prices of electricity, storage of data, and data transfer are falling; the day is not far away when setting up a personal cloud network will not be a problem. In fact, it will become easier and faster to connect, share data, ideas, store, and more with the bludgeoning cloud hosting and computing.


How Computing Power is Divided in Cloud?

With the cloud system growing in size, the combination of different servers also scale. But the question is – how does it happen? Whether it is storage capacity or power distribution, both are controlled by a software operating system in the backend. 

If you are the server admin, you can use the terminal and login to the backend. Once you have logged in, you are now able to check load of the central processing unit of all the connected server machines of cloud system. You can also get thorough information on the vital system. The process of virtualisation involves abstraction layer between the hardware components and the software. Whether it is the efficiency of storage cluster, usage of optimal energy, data back-ups, or more, all can be optimised by the cloud server administrators. 

If there is any additional need, you can easily opt for the CDN (Content Delivery Network) that can be set-up with the cloud server for faster delivery of content and data. The customers of the service are only required to pay for the bandwidth. The streaming music, images, videos, and other large media files can be transferred in matter of moments. This faster delivery of content facility is also known as utility computing.  

Cloud is becoming More and More Popular

Cloud servers in India are gaining popularity because of the availability of public, private, and hybrid cloud environment. They provide customers with more availability, flexibility, better security, and many more.

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