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Getting Started with Cloud Hosting

With several businesses moving online, they require web hosting to function on the internet. There are several hosting services that are popular, but owing to the fact that there are too many, new users at times tend to get confused. One of the important factors to look out for when hosting is the server space and security the web hosting provides for the hosted website to function properly.

When deciding to host, the first and foremost step is to narrow down the niche of your business. This is so that you can streamline your work and even the bandwidth required making it easier for you to decide. Cloud Hosting makes it easier for employees to access information and collaborate online easily, eliminating the need for in-house hardware. Although the biggest benefit of cloud hosting comes in the form of, the businesses irrespective of their size they can concentrate more on managing their work, while the maintenance is taken care by the service provider.

With this increasing trend in companies choosing cloud computing solutions, let’s have a look at Cloud Hosting in detail.

What is Cloud Hosting?

Cloud Hosting in simple words is a network of computers that are connected together and act as a single entity. Cloud Hosting is based on Cloud Computing, a technology that has revamped processing power.

In Cloud Hosting, resources like RAM, CPU, and Disk Space are distributed on a network of servers as opposed to traditional hosting where everything is deployed on a physical server. Scalability is one of the most important features when it comes to Cloud Hosting. The success of your online business largely depends on the web hosting you choose, here is one of the best cloud hosting services available.

Types of Clouds

Clouds are generally classified as

  1. Public: Public Clouds, in general, are based on a shared physical server and are operated by third-party service providers. Websites hosted on public cloud share space with several others.
  2. Private: In Private Cloud, the entire server is dedicated to the company purchasing it. It is a dedicated architecture with no third party involved.
  3. Hybrid: Hybrid Cloud provides the best of both worlds, public as well as the private cloud. You can use the public cloud for non-sensitive work and private for sensitive and critical work.

Types of Cloud Models

Each type of Cloud service is suitable for different features each providing different levels of control, flexibility, and management. Let us have a look at the various cloud models,

  1. IaaS: Infrastructure-as-a-Service, is a model where half the features are managed by the user while the other half are managed by the vendor. In this, the user has a good level of control and flexibility over their resources. The infrastructure and the network architecture is managed by the user whereas the storage and server side is the responsibility of the vendor (service provider).
  2. PaaS: Platform-as-a-Service, in this model majority of the services are managed by the vendor and only the application and data management is the responsibility of the user. In this model, the business owner need not worry about the infrastructure, resource planning as well as software update and maintenance.
  3. SaaS: Software-as-a-Service, in this model the complete service is provided and managed by your cloud service provider. Software-as-a-Service essentially refers to the end user applications, that the user doesn’t have to think about managing the infrastructure. A web-based email is an example of SaaS.

Pros and Cons

Pros Cons
1.       Easy scalability, especially if you have a growing business. 1.       One of the cons is that your connection depends entirely on the internet if the internet is disconnected so are your services.
2.       The product pricing is comparatively low when it comes to the features it provides. 2.       Though your service provider manages your security, if you’re public cloud security might be an issue.
3.      Reliable in times of server failure, as it doesn’t affect the performance of your website as control is shifted to other servers. 3.      The flexibility of your plans essentially depends on the service provider and the cloud model you choose. Though a fully vendor controlled model seems the best, it might not be the best in terms of flexibility.

 

Conclusion

Cloud Hosting , in a nutshell, is a collection of several computers acting as one large server. If you’re a newbie to Cloud Hosting, I would recommend ResellerClub as their cloud model uses high advanced virtualized systems, that guarantee 99.9% uptime and resource allocation. Moreover, the support, as well as pricing of the cloud service provider, also determine how well your website is hosted.

Samsung Galaxy S8 Features

Samsung Galaxy S8 Specs
Samsung Galaxy S8 Specs

Samsung Galaxy S8 includes some of the specs like the new artificial intelligence, desktop dock, Front-facing biometric iris sensor, Rear Fingerprint scanner, Voice-enabled virtual assistant Bixby and removing physical home button. Galaxy S8 will have a 5.7-inch display with Super AMOLED Quad HD panels and Galaxy S8 will also feature a 4200mAh battery.

Samsung Galaxy S8 will have the Qualcomm’s latest flagship processor Snapdragon 835 with Adreno 540 GPU.

Samsung Galaxy S8 comes with 6GB of RAM and along with 64GB of internal storage. It comes with latest Android Nougat OS 7.0

Samsung Galaxy S8 Specs:

  • 5.7-inch display with Super AMOLED Quad HD panels.
  • Front-facing biometric iris sensor
  • Rear Fingerprint scanner
  • Android Nougat OS 7.0
  • Qualcomm’s latest flagship processor Snapdragon 835 with Adreno 540 GPU.
  • Voice-enabled virtual assistant Bixby
  • Desktop dock
  • 6GB of RAM
  • 64GB of internal storage
  • 4200mAh battery

New Lineage OS after Cyanogen OS

Lineage OS
Lineage OS

LineageOS is the new Android Custom Build Os. Lineage OS team has uploaded the first few builds of the new custom ROM available online.

According to the official, the builds of Lineage OS will not include Root function ability. But, the users will be able to install root on their device through a separate downloadable zip file.

Cyanogen OS is over now the Lineage OS has over taken. Currently most of the Phone has Cyanogen OS, soon they will need to switch to Lineage OS, to get the latest support since the Cyanogen OS team shut down all services. Don’t Worry Lineage OS Will help

Protect From Ransomware – Gmail

Protect From Ransomware-gmail
Protect From Ransomware-gmail

Today JavaScript allows web coders and designers to do all kinds of incredibly complex and engaging things.

JavaScript can also be passed around as a file. Just like you can attach a Word document, some .JPG images, or a .PDF to an email.

User can attach a JavaScript as .JS file. Since programmer can send to file through attachment for good specific purpose, but cyber-criminal may exploit this vulnerability. Hence the Gmail from hereafter going to Block this .JS file attachment.

Even if you are hidding inside a compressed .ZIP file, Gmail will scan and still block them.

Nokia 6 Android Smartphone Latest News

Nokia 6 Android Smartphone Latest News
Nokia 6 Android Smartphone Latest News

Nokia 6 Android Smartphone was sold out under a minute in first flash sale.  This Second Flash Sale Registrations already Reach 1.4 Million. Nokia 6 Comes with a 1.1GHz octa-core Processor With 5.50-inch Display. nokia 6 is preloaded with Android 7.0 Os. It has 4Gb ram and 64Gb Internal Strorage.

It has 16 Megapixel Rear Camera and 8 Megapixel Front Camera. It has 3000mAh Battery Capacity

Nokia 6 Specs:

  • RAM 4GB and Internal Storage 64GB
  • Android 7.0 OS
  • 8-megapixel Front Camera and 16-megapixel Rear Camera
  • 5.50-inch Display
  • 1.1GHz octa-core Processor
  • 1080×1920 pixels Resolution
  • 3000mAh Battery Capacity