This structure follows the "utility computing model" in that it is offered as a service rather than a particular product (for instance building an on premise network infrastructure) and thus follows a fixed reccuring expenditure model (something like rent payment). In general the client has the choice of adding more resource as his need for more storage and performance grows, skipping the necessity to invest into upgrading his own infrastructure. In this sense, cloud hosting is very cost efficient for a customer as it diminishes his need for infrastructure investments into upgrades, new licenses and hardware to practically zero.

Cloud hosting is an alternative to shared or VPS dedicated hosting and in this regard can be considered as an extension of the concept of clustered hosting where websites are hosted on a number of physical units. The difference with cloud hosting being, that the network of servers is extensive and includes multiple data centres in multiple locations.

Types of Cloud Hosting

Flex Hosting

Flex Hosting

Powered by VMware technology, our customers can enjoy all the benefits of an enterprise class infrastructure for a fraction of the cost.

Dedicated Hosting

Dedicated Hosting

A more powerful and bespoke solution than Flex Hosting, without having to buy, configure or maintain the underlying infrastructure.

Hybrid Cloud Hosting

Hybrid Cloud Hosting

Organizations with hybrid cloud configurations benefit from a truly dynamic infrastructure that can respond to demands from in-house users or internet campaigns in an instant.

Hadoop Hosting

Hadoop Hosting

In particular, the Apache Hadoop stack enables our customers to scale out their applications without buying, configuring or maintaining the complex underlying infrastructure.