Tuesday, March 3, 2015
cloud vs dedicated
Cloud storage is a model of networked online storage where data is stored on virtualized pools of storage which are generally hosted by third parties. Resources are maintained according to the requirements of the customer and expose them as storage pools.
The dedicated server, on the other hand, provides a specified resource limit based on the literal hardware installed and configured on the server. The dedicated servers guarantee 100% of the resources contained in that physical server are reserved and available for that user whether needed or not.
To decide which option is right, it’s key to understand the basic differences, as well as similarities, and how each can best serve user needs. There is no right answer, which is why we believe both cloud and dedicated servers should be considered when custom architecting your servers.
Advantages of Cloud storage is, Storage maintenance tasks, such as backup, data replication, and purchasing additional storage devices are offloaded to the responsibility of a service provider, allowing organizations to focus on their core business.
However Right storage system allow other people to access the data, turning a personal project into a collaborative effort. eSecureData is the server inventory featuring all types of web hosting. This is simply the better place in the world to host your dedicated server or VPS.
since cloud runs on dedicated servers, every single time they are fast. There are some hard numbers, tests and benchmarks for you to review. Take a look at an eSecureData dedicated server comparsion chat with major cloud offerings out there.
Cloud storage is highly fault tolerant through redundancy and distribution of data. Cloud storage has a role to play in many organizations. For the specific enterprise vertical markets the cloud storage can be especially beneficial.