“Cloud hosting” is a term that has been used so often in the news that its original meaning has become lost amidst all the clutter. In this edition of “60 Seconds with Liquid Web,” J. Mays clears up the clutter with a simple definition, and describes the many benefits of one particular type of cloud hosting, the “Private Cloud.”
Before we get to the private cloud, lets first take a quick look at general “cloud hosting”.
Cloud hosting enables you to: create servers quickly, resize them as you need, clone and scale-out identical copies, and then move those servers around!
Convenient, right? Well, keep in mind that in a general cloud environment, you’re not alone. You’re hosted on hardware with other cloud servers. Those other cloud servers can sometimes be a bit too noisy … and no one needs noisy neighbors!
Avoid the neighbor issues by moving to the private cloud, where you’ll have the entire physical server to yourself, plus all of those useful cloud features.
With a private cloud, you’ll be able to divide the server up as you see fit… with granular control of server resources such as CPU Cores, RAM, and Disk Space.
Of course, this is great for developers, businesses, and definitely resellers. Avoid Noisy Neighbors, and Choose Your Resources, and Design Your Own Private Cloud.
For more information visit our private cloud page at liquidweb.com/privatecloud. My name is J., thanks for watching, and that’s private cloud in 60 seconds.
If you have any ideas for our “60 Seconds with Liquid Web” series, let us know in the comments below!