Cloud hosting makes applications and websites accessible using cloud resources. A network of connected virtual and physical cloud servers hosts the application or website, while ensuring greater flexibility and scalability.
Traditional hosting service offers limited bandwidth. Comparatively, cloud hosting scales to accommodate traffic spikes or seasonal demands.
Users only pay for resources they utilize based on months or hours usage. This setup differs from the flat rates of traditional hosting.
Hardware failures would not cause downtime because sites & applications are hosted on a network of servers. The traffic travels across separate network interfaces, which are segregated and secured.
Considerations for cloud hosting
Clients should consider a provider with physical/operational network & system and application & data security options.
Cloud hosting providers often render tools and specialist services to help manage the cloud-hosted environment.
Latency can sometimes be an issue. Organizations should ensure that they have reliable and sturdy internet connections at all times.
Testing, Analyzing & Reporting Test Results
Testing and reporting on identified bugs and offer methods to fix it and avoid them in future.