The Transition from Shared Hosting to the Cloud

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Igor Seletskiy of CloudLinux recently gave a presentation on the move from shared web hosting to cloud hosting. During his presentation he focused on specifics element of CloudLinux that are significant aspects of cloud business and not discussed that often. Furthermore, Seletskiy reiterated that “cloud” should not be considered only a technical term for a type of computing, instead, it should be widely used as a marketing term.

Not Just a Term

However, this does not indicate that there is no such idea as cloud computing, that cloud resources are not real or that there aren’t a variety of benefits to using this type of hosting. On the other hand, there are performance hits when connecting to data storage as well as input-output performance issues, especially when running in production environments which can be difficult to repair.

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Services from CloudLinux

CloudLinux is a business that helps hosts transition from shared hosting into a cloud VM environment as seamlessly as possible. This is typically completed in small intervals by limiting usage for individual users. This prevents any type of resource-spike that can impact other accounts on the same server. This also guarantees each customer will have dedicated access to a specified pool of resources.

High Variance of Performance between Hosts

Unfortunately this can be another issue with cloud hosting as performance varies greatly between hosting companies on a weekly and even daily basis. As always, it is important to conduct research before finding a cloud provider that meets your business needs.

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Seletskiy recognized the number of benefits of running shared hosting in the clustered environment. However, most web hosting providers encounter the issue of difficult setup and continued maintenance despite being an inherently high-availability environment. Therefore, systems typically go down as a result of configuration errors and human errors.

Seletskiy suggests a load-balancing cluster which separates the traffic load among many smaller clusters. Load-balancing is one of the best features of cloud hosting as it spreads the load across all resources for better performance. CloudLinux is a resource to collaborate clustering efforts because they can take down clusters quickly and efficiently.

The newest trend in the web hosting industry as well as computing as a whole is being in the cloud. The cost is competitive with other types of hosting and it offers improved performance and efficiency for those who opt for the services.

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