Cloud Hosting, From where to start?

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Hi

I am running my hosting business. Here I want to offer cloud hosting also.

How can I start? Should I susbscribe for reseller or go for a dedicated? Please advice.

Also suggest a cost effective server for me.
 

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Hi

I am running my hosting business. Here I want to offer cloud hosting also.

How can I start?
If you are looking for opportunities to advertise your cloud hosting services, then go to this forum

https://forumweb.hosting/77-cloud-hosting-offers

Should I susbscribe for reseller or go for a dedicated? Please advice.

Also suggest a cost effective server for me.
It depends on you, you can have both options if you are managing quality services and ready to offer which your customers need.
For me, I prefer choosing Cloud or dedicated server packages for my blogs.
 
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Right now I have no clients. I have to advertise first. Maybe within next 6 months, i will be able to get some clients.

So which server or offer will be best suit for me?
 

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Since you are starting phase , having cloud reseller account would be good idea as having your own cloud set up will require a huge investment.

You can resell cloud services from quite reputable provider like vultr , rackspace etc.. make a search in google and you will get the better idea.
 

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HELLO,
I am running my hosting business start .

Cloud hosting is used by almost everyone today, ranging from the newest startup companies to some of the biggest players in the industry (Pinterest, Airbnb and Netflix all run on publicly available clouds).

Before the advent of cloud hosting, you had to buy or rent your servers and manage them yourself.
 
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Actually creating a proper (i.e. OnApp) cloud stack requires a significant investment in server and network resources. Reselling from another cloud provider is usually an easier way to start unless you have a significant budget.
 
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