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Question by : is this a right diagram for a basic scheme for how internet works?
computer (or any web enabled device ) <-----------> internet <----------->server(s)(including any combination of application, web, search servers, etc) <---------------->database
Is that a right diagram for the most basic scheme? Is it still valid for cloud computing? What would be a right diagram for cloud computing? Thanks
Answer by no1home2day
Not quite. You left out router, modem, any possible ISP (Internet Service Provider) you connect through (not the same as the server), and there’s something else I can’t quite put my finger on, before “database”. (Sorry, I can’t quite “see” it 🙁
Good luck with that homework assignment 🙂
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Question by Nathan B: What would you do with a Data Center that is nearly empty? It is right at MAE-WEST with OC48’s into it.?
Not many servers their… Some find of virtual cloud for an application or host some servers for a large application for a company?
Party is a good idea, but you can just do that at a warehouse or a freeway on ramp, state park, etc.
Answer by Oswald
Invite all your friends and throw a party!
What do you think? Answer below!
Cloud hosting has gained immense popularity in recent times, but not many are exactly aware about its right definition. One of the description and doing the rounds is one of the most common definition is that cloud hosting refers to a number of servers used for web hosting. Ideally, for web hosts plan to be regarded as a cloud web hosting, a couple of features need to be kept in mind:
1. A huge technological infrastructure is required that can accommodate a number of servers that are connected together to fulfill the objective of running an application on more than one server.
2. A client does not own a server and this in turn reduces the overall capital expenditure.
3. Servers can be conveniently added and removed so that the application functions uninterrupted.
4. One of the primary features of cloud hosting is that one is not charged a flat rate, in fact the rate is based on usage and a metered charge is used to calculate the actual rate.
Will cloud web-hosting work well for you?
If you have a small little website or maybe you have recently launched your website and do not attract much traffic, then it would not make sense for you to take cloud web hosting. On the other hand, if you have a website that does attract a decent amount of traffic and there are times when you website does encounter outages, then cloud web hosting would be an ideal option for you. Cloud hosting works wonders with all kinds of websites that attract a fair amount of traffic and especially for retail, e-commerce or media websites. If you have a retail website and are planning to do business online, then cloud hosting would be an ideal platform because you need not worry about switching servers or the service getting interrupted if there is a high influx of customers to your website. If your website requires more power or bandwidth, then it is automatically taken care of because the website is hosted on multiple servers and therefore the usage is automatically adjusted.
Hosting a website on cloud hosting plan is best when the site may encounter a large influx of visitors on certain days or occasions. In that case you would obviously not like to spend a large amount of money because that may lasts for a couple of hours or a couple of days at a time. Instead with cloud computing you get that resource just in time without additional costs. Undoubtedly, cloud hosting is a more versatile option since it does offer the flexibility of resources and even the opportunity to scale it up as per the demands. But if on the other hand you are sure about the resource load and do not expect fluctuations, then cloud hosting may not be such a good idea. In order to truly determine if you need cloud hosting or not, it is always advisable to even check with your web host provider.
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