What is a cloud server?

With Goyal Infotech, learn more about cloud servers as cloud computing infrastructure, their major features, and the benefits they provide.

A cloud server is a strong physical or virtual infrastructure that stores and processes applications and data. Cloud servers are formed by dividing a physical (bare metal) server into numerous virtual servers using virtualization software.

Why do we need a cloud server?

Efficiency in terms of cost

Organizations only pay for what they need using cloud servers, reducing the cost of maintaining server infrastructure.

Scalability

Users can adjust the amount of compute and storage resources available to fit their changing needs. This is especially useful for businesses with changing needs.

Integration

The cloud servers of a company are connected to ensure continuous communication and quick deployment. Complete control is possible with a "single pane."

Cloud server v/s shared server?

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Shared Hosting

Shared hosting, as the name implies, is a hosting option in which numerous websites share the same server resources (bandwidth, disc space, and memory allocation). Shared hosting, as the most cost-effective hosting option, is ideal for small blogging or showcasing corporate websites with moderate traffic.

01

Cloud Hosting

Cloud hosting is similar to VPS hosting, however the primary distinction is that cloud hosting is based on multiple interconnected servers spread throughout a large geographical area, whereas VPS is based on physical servers.

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The Advantages of Shared Hosting

Pricing structure: The key benefit of shared hosting is its low cost, as numerous individuals share the same server, lowering server expenses.

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Cloud Hosting's Advantages

On-demand resources: With cloud servers, you may request resources on the fly and pay for them as they're used.

Shared Hosting Cloud Hosting
Server Deployment and
Management

No

Yes
Server Sharing Model

Shared Server

Dedicated Cloud Server
Scalability (auto/manual)

No

Yes
Low Cost

Yes

Yes
Pay-As-You-Go

No

Yes
Flexibility

No

Yes
Customization

Depends on the vendor

Yes
Security

Depends on the vendor

Yes
Instant Provisioning

No

Yes (in managed hosting)
Performance

Slow

Fast
Reliability

Somehow

Yes
Multiple Data Centers

No

Yes
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Frequently Asked Questions

Cloud servers are ones that are built by dividing a physical (bare metal) server into multiple virtual servers using virtualization software.

At this time, we do not offer customised servers with more RAM or hard drives. If you want to, you can update your cloud server.

Disk volumes are extra SSD discs that may be added to your cloud storage in a very quick and cost-effective manner.