Features and benefits of Vietnam cloud servers hosting (part 2)

January 20, 2017

Vietnam cloud servers hosting will include some security measures to ensure that data is private and suffice for most web installations.

However, where privacy and security is more of a concern, businesses can turn towards cloud hosting in private clouds as an alternative solution – that’s clouds which use ring-fenced resources, whether located on web or with the cloud computing provider.


A typical cloud hosting offering can deliver the following features and benefits:

  • Reliability; rather than being hosted on one single instance of a physical server the web is stored on a virtual partition that draws its resources, like disk space, from an extensive network of underlying physical servers. If there are server goes offline, it dilutes the level of resource available to the cloud a little but will have no effect on the availability of the web whose VPS will continue to pull resource from the remaining network of servers. Some cloud platforms can even survive an entire data center (DC) going offline as the pooled cheap cloud servers Vietnam resource is drawn from multiple DC in different locations to spread the risk.


  • Physical Security; the underlying physical servers are still housed within DCs and so benefit from the security measures which those facilities implement to prevent people accessing or disrupting them on-site.
  • Responsive load balancing; load balancing is software based and therefore can be instantly scalable to respond to changing demands.


  • Scalability and Flexibility; resource is available in real time on demand and not limited to the physical constraints/capacity of one server. If a user’s website demands extra resource from its hosting platform because of a spike in visitor traffic or the implementation of new functionality, the resource is accessed seamlessly. Even when using a private cloud plan, the service can usually be allowed to ‘burst’ to get access to resources from the public cloud servers in Vietnam for non-sensitive processing if there are surges in activity on the site.
  • Utility style costing; the user only pays for what they consume. The resource is available for spikes in demand but there’s no wasted storage capacity remaining unused when demand is lower.