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Thread: Future of cloud hosting??

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    Sean9568 is offline Nearly a Glow Sage
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    Quote Originally Posted by sdeepinc View Post
    Cloud Hosting is making ripples and more big players are joining with better offers, three big names are AWS, Google, Miscrosoft. But these three are not for small website users, they are concentrated to provide services to big players with millions in budget. In this situation shared services is not going to vanish in near future but who knows someone in a corner of this world is making something which will displace all current hosting platforms and makes a new one for masses. We need a Elon Musk of web hosting.
    I agree with you. In near future with the help of advanced techniques, new technologies may replace the shared services. But it will not completely vanish it. For small businesses, shared hosting is the cheap and easy option.

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    virpus123 is offline Newbie
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    A cloud allows users to access application, information, and data of all sorts on an online level rather than by use of actual hardware or devices. A company offering reliable cloud technology allows for computing to be done in a much more shared way, as a cloud provides a service rather than a product. Users get and share their information in a way that can allow them to access and give access to the whole world or any groups of people within their cloud.

    With cloud computing and the technology behind it there are many potential opportunities and capabilities. Cloud computing can open a whole new world of jobs, services, platforms, applications, and much more. There are thousands of possibilities beginning to form as the future of cloud computing starts to really take off.

    For instance, vendors and service providers can get on board to develop new and different ways of selling their goods and services to the cloud users through the cloud technology. It opens up a whole new platform for designers and web developers. Businesses and organizations can organize themselves and conduct business much more affordable and professionally. Social networking and keeping in touch with friends gets a great deal easier as well.

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    okayservers1 is offline Newbie
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    Cloud Computing is storing and processing of data over the internet rather than on the hard drive. Today almost everyone is using cloud computing to store, maintain and process their data and rightfully so it provides a various advantage:

    1. No requirement of hardware maintenance or administration of any infrastructure for the same.
    2. No worries in regards to storage space. Cloud computing provides Infinite storage space.
    3. The data stored on the cloud can easily be accessed anytime anywhere. One just requires a device with an internet connection.

      Cloud Computing is categorized into 3 types:

      • SaaS (Software as a Service) - As the name suggests, it allows the user to use the software without having to purchase them. This reduces the expenditure of the company and is time efficient.
      • PaaS (Platform as a Service) - This eliminates the need to purchase or maintain any kind of infrastructure andallows the developer to build applications, collaborate on projects
      • IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) - Here the user can rent the services like servers, storage space, etc. from a cloud provider.

      Following are the future trends of Cloud Computing:

      • Increased Storage Capacity
      • Commencement of the Internet of Everything (IOE)
      • More Secured Cyber Environment
      • Rapid growth in cloud service solutions

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