Vietnam cloud servers hosting provide hosting pulling their computing resource from extensive underlying networks of physical web servers.
It follows the utility model of computing in that it’s available as a service rather than a product and is therefore comparable with traditional utilities like gas and electricity. The user can tap into their service as much as they want, depending on the demands of their website, and they will only pay for what they consume.
It exists as an alternative to hosting websites on single servers (either dedicated server or shared hosting) and can be considered as an extension of the concept of clustered hosting where webs are hosted on many servers. However, with cloud hosting, the network of servers which are used is vast and usually pulled from different data centers in different locations.
Practical examples of cloud servers VPS Vietnam can fall under both the Platform as a Service (PaaS) and Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) classifications. Under IaaS offerings the client is simply provided with the virtualized hardware resource on which they can set up their own plan of software environment before building their web app. On a PaaS service, however, the user is provided with this software environment, for example, as a solution stack (database support, operating system, programming support and web server software), on which they can go straight to setting up and developing their web app. Businesses with complicated IT infrastructures and experienced IT professionals may want to choose more customizable IaaS model but others prefer the ease of a PaaS option.
A development of the concept of cloud hosting for business user is the Virtual Data Centre. This employs a virtualized network of servers in the cloud which can be used to host all of a business’s IT operations including its webs.
The obvious examples of cloud servers in Vietnam involve the use of public cloud models – that is storing on VPS that pull resource from the same pool as other publicly available VPS and use the same public networks to transmit the data; data that is physically hosted on the underlying shared servers that form the cloud resource.