Is cloud servers Intel Vietnam the right choice for business? (Part 1)

January 20, 2017

Cloud servers Intel Vietnam is a topic that many find confusing. It is not, although, as confusing as it sounds.

Actually, most of those that claim not to understand the subject are part of the majority using it daily.


In basic terms, cloud computing is the phrase used to describe different scenarios in which computing resource is delivered as a service over a network connection. Therefore, cloud computing is a type of computing which relies on sharing a pool of physical or virtual resources, rather than deploying local or personal software and hardware. It’s somewhat synonymous with the term of ‘utility computing’ as users are able to tap into a supply of computing resource rather than administer the devices needed to generate it themselves; much in the same methods as a consumer tapping into the national electricity supply, instead of operating their own generator.


One of the main features of Vietnam cloud servers hosting is the flexibility that it offers and one of the methods that flexibility is offered is through scalability. This refers to the ability of flexible scale in workload. Cloud technology is designed for the automatic deprovision and provision of resource as and when it’s necessary, thus making sure that the level of resource available is as closely matched to existing requirements as possible. This is a defining characteristic that differentiates it from other computing models where resource is delivered in blocks, usually with fixed capacities and upfront costs. With cloud computing, the end user often pays only for the resource they use and so avoids the expense and the inefficiencies of any unused capacity.

The advantages of cloud computing are not limited to flexibility. The company can also get benefits from the economies of scale created by installing services and masse with the same computing environments. And the reliability of physically hosting services across many servers where individual system failures never affect the continuity of the service.


There is a great choice in the level of security and management demanded in cloud deployments, with a choice to suit almost any business:

For example, the public cloud servers in Vietnam is a cloud in which services are hosted off-site by a cloud provider, shared across their user base and accessed by these users via the internet. Public clouds provide great economies of redundancy and scale but are more vulnerable than private cloud installation due to their high levels of accessibility.

(to be continued…)