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    nomanali is offline Banned
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    Question Future of cloud hosting??

    Cloud hosting and computing are rather old concepts. However, now people are more interested in shifting towards cloud hosting. My question is: whether cloud hosting will be able to take place of traditional hosting solutions like shared, dedicated hosting etc?

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    IMHO, Cloud hosting will be always separated from shared packages and dedicated servers.

    Cloud hosting vs shared packages:

    Cloud servers are standalone servers and need separate administration. That involves more human resources (admin work time), as well as more hardware resources CPU/RAM/HDD for keeping standalone OS on that server. These two items in addition to licenses for VDS add much more cost, that is why cloud servers can't be as cheap as usual shared packages.

    Cloud hosting vs Dedicated servers

    For sure, in many cases I can think of cloud servers as the only option, but sometimes customers want physically dedicated servers (e.g. for PCI compliance) with software located hardware that belongs only to them. While cloud solutions and dedicated servers become closer with time, they are still different. Cloud servers are optimal when fast scaling is needed. Dedicated servers offer much more diskspace (that is usual too expensive on cloud servers) for lower price.

    So, cloud servers are somewhere in the middle and I don't think that they will make other traditional solutions vanish.
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    Thank you so much AndrewGlow for this detailed answer . I agree with you that they are not an alternate for traditional solutions.

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    Here i'm going to list some prediction for cloud hosting;
    1. More application availability on the cloud
    2. Increased growth in the market for cloud
    3. More hybrid cloud adoption
    4. Increased development for the cloud
    5. More innovation because of cloud

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    We can easily speculate the future of cloud as it holds numerous benefits. Prediction regarding cloud are:
    1. More savings and productivity: Cloud helps you to save from hefty upfront cost on IT systems and helps you to save your money and time and this can increase your productivity easily.
    2. More security of your data: No doubt how secure your data can be with the cloud as it implements encryption, authentication methods.
    3. More cloud storage: We can predict that more than 75% SMBs will make move to the cloud.

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    Web hosting is about hosting computational resources such as content, information, and applications that would be used by browsers or mobile applications as clients. Cloud computing as a Best technology has existed for some time now, the way businesses are using it has been rapidly changing. What started in many ways as simple Hosting services, has progressed to Infrastructure as a Service, Platform as a Service, Software as a Service and more.

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    Future of Cloud hosting is very bright, for this many reasons are coming infront of us such as cost effective, more reliable, flexibility, scalability and security of your data which is the most important part of the any type hosting services.
    This quality make it best to another type hosting services. It is working very fast because it provide virtual resources of computer which gives you fast processing speed with Cloud hosting.

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    primary advantages of cloud are its security features as it strongly encrypts users’ data to keep them protected from any unauthorized access, tampering or loss. Today businesses do not bother for their data back up and security issues because peace of mind is guaranteed with cloud enterprise services.

    The indispensable benefits of cloud will keep it going in the future because it offers incomparable information technology capabilities that too at a very low cost alluring several possibilities and future potential.

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    Cloud hosting offers a level of scalability that traditional hosting cannot. Shared hosting provides convenient and low-entry hosting solutions, but if you are looking for low-cost, flexible and scalable hosting solution then go for cloud hosting.

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    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.

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