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Cloud Hosting - Starting @ $49.40/mo
vCPU 2.4Ghz 1 Core 1 TB Outbound Bandwidth*
1 GB Ram 25 GB Storage
Multiple OS Options Customize to the size you need!
1 Public IP Included** Management Services Available

*Inbound bandwidth is free

**Additional IPs are available

Load Balancers -  $35.00/mo

vCPU 2.4Ghz 1 Core 256 MB Ram
Helps dedicated servers in times of high utilization Can group multiple balancers to assist one dedicated box
    Load balancing is a computer networking method for distributing workloads across multiple computing resources, such as computers, a computer cluster, network links, central processing units or disk drives.

What is Cloud Hosting?

Cloud hosting is a web hosting service delivered from a group of connected servers. The term ‘cloud hosting’ is not precisely defined yet. In general, however, a hosting service can be considered cloud hosting when it is delivered from a fully redundant, multi-server system in which the resources are dynamically scalable and often virtualized.

In less technical terminology, cloud hosting uses a number of servers all connected together (a cloud) and sites on the servers can use resources from all the servers in that cloud. Processing power, hard drives, and memory are shared. Servers can be easily added or removed as necessary, and if one server is down, sites use resources from other servers instead.

Advantages of Cloud Hosting.
  • You pay for only the resources you need.
  • It provides good scalability. You can easily increase or decrease resources without moving sites to other servers.
  • Servers can be deployed quickly
  • It provides better uptime than other types of web hosting.
  • Traffic spikes aren't a problem; the cloud can handle them.
  • If the servers are in different datacenters, datacenter problems can be less of a concern.
  • Different technologies can be used together that can't be used together without cloud hosting. For example, .php and .asp files can work on the same site, even in the same folder, drawing on technologies within the cloud.

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