Businesses that want greater control over the server, need access to greater server resources, or those with additional security needs have two options to consider. The first is to use dedicated server hosting, and the other is to use cloud server hosting.
While both options include a single tenant on a server, or private access to the server, some differences make cloud server hosting a better choice for many companies. Understanding these differences helps in determining the best option for any business.
Cloud Hosting and Zero Failure
A unique aspect of cloud servers is the shared use of multiple servers rather than a single, standalone, dedicated server. In this type of environment, should one server fail, the workload automatically distributes over the other servers in the cloud, eliminating downtime.
In a similar type of advantage, the use of cloud server hosting and multiple machines means that resource availability is never an issue, even at peak usage times. While this is largely true with a dedicated server as well, there is a finite resource limit on a single server that ceases to be an issue when the resources of multiple servers are available.
Most cloud hosting services offer billing by use, which means the company or business only pays for the resources used for that billing cycle. Dedicated servers bill on a monthly plan, which means the company may be paying for resources they are not using.
Both dedicated servers and cloud hosting are options to consider. For scalability, flexibility, cost, and use of resources, cloud servers offer an advantage.
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