Which hosting suits best for my website or application?

symakhan

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Hey Guys

Iam a new enterpreneur. I have a small company about handicrafts and home decoration. I have a website but it doesn't work very well, so I decided to try cloud hosting. As you know Cloud hosting is a type of web hosting that uses resources from multiple remote servers to host websites and applications. It’s a relatively new technology that has gained popularity in recent years due to its many benefits. It can be more cost-effective than traditional web hosting because you only pay for the resources you use. With traditional web hosting, you typically have to pay for a set amount of resources, even if you don’t use them all. Cloud hosting can also be more scalable than traditional web hosting because you can easily add or remove resources as your needs change. But before taking the practical step, I want to solve my main concerns. Here are what bothers me while thinking about cloud hosting my website or application. Hope I will find the solutions here. Thanks in advance!

Which hosting suits best for my website or application?

How secure is cloud hosting?

What are the benefits of cloud hosting?

What should I consider before migrating to the cloud?

Why is cloud hosting more expensive than shared web hosting?

Where can I get discounts or coupons for cloud hosting?
 

SenseiSteve

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I would first ask why your website didn't work very well, and why you perceive cloud hosting would improve that? Only you can determine what hosting best suits your website and applications. Is your business seasonal? If so, cloud is scalable (as you've acknowledged) and a viable solution. Pricing can be all over the board, so I'd be cautious what solution you jump into.
 

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If your website is not working well with web hosting that doesn't mean it will work well with cloud hosting. Better find the reason for non performance. Find out whether your website need more resources and then an upgrade can do the job. If you are using a shared hosting plan you may need VPS. Therefore calculate the required bandwidth, memory, etc., to know the overall requirements. Sometimes location of the server, where your website is hosted, also matters. It should be as nearer as possible to the website users.
 

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Сloud hosting is a marketing term, based on the form in which it is sold, and it uses same old shared hosting technologies.
If you want to use modern cloud technologies (like Kubernetes, for example), then conclude your questions - you don’t need them since the high technical entry threshold.
 

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Multiple hosting services are available, each with its benefits.

Shared hosting is a popular option for small websites or applications because it is relatively affordable.

Dedicated hosting is a better option for larger websites or applications that require more resources.

VPS hosting can be a good option for large websites because it can handle more traffic than shared hosting

Cloud Hosting:

Cloud hosting is a newer technology that has many benefits over traditional hosting. One of the most significant benefits is that it is much more scalable. This means that you can easily add more resources as your website grows. Cloud hosting is also more reliable because it uses multiple servers. If one server goes down, your website will still be up and running on the other servers.

There are a few things you should consider before migrating to cloud hosting.

One is the cost - while cloud hosting can be more affordable. Which also meets your hosting requirements. And it should be within your budget.

You'll also want to consider the security of your data - make sure you choose a reputable provider with high-security measures in place.

Finally, consider the level of support you'll need - some providers offer 24/7 support, while others only offer limited support during business hours. Choose the option that best fits your needs.
 

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