Limitations Of Cloud Hosting

Cloud hosting is relatively a neologism for many individuals in the company, even people from infotech business itself are confused about its functions. Cloud hosting taking care of high level of traffic with a chain of servers and lowering the requirement of having you update your servers every now and then based on your requirement.
Even though cloud hosting is credited to be the best company option for the future, it has actually got a lot of limitations with regard to technology and logistics. Cloud hosting is a new innovation and require more to be done to minimize cost of its use. Billing is done on the basis of your use and if you are not very mindful about the use, you might land in paying heavy costs. Updating of servers is said to be uncomfortable because reports of data losses during upgrading the servers is an additional restriction. Another point to remember is that it is a chain of servers working as a single facility making it prone for data loss or security of your data. Data back up also will be a concern if you are totally relying on the cloud host for your back ups. You might not understand from where your information is running and just how much it is safe. Likewise hackers can attack all the customers based on the exact same chain servers if they get entry into one clients account. All the servers in one chain are predestined to work in a single platform making it more prone to attacks. From data centers point of view, they need to purchase or program software for cloud hosting, making it more pricey.
It is to be the very best interest of all the people to understand that looking towards cloud hosting for its important services that cloud hosting is in developing stage and there will be great deal of modifications and developments anticipated from it in coming days like various other innovations established for many years. The illness dealt with are temporary glitches and will conquer in the coming days.

 

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25 Replies to “Limitations Of Cloud Hosting”

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  2. robtjonz

    “Cloud computing is a trap, warns GNU founder Richard Stallman
    Web-based programs like Google’s Gmail will force people to buy into locked, proprietary systems that will cost more and more over time, according to the free software campaigner”
    Can’t post the link but I’m sure you’ll track it down on the Guardian UK site.

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  3. robtjonz

    And the company I work for does the same thing for itself. It does not have to depend on some marketing fairy tale about the information being safer just because it’s not all in our hands. We are a 24-hour, year-round operation and don’t need the false sense of security that this latest trend delivers. We are VERY good at security.

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  4. robtjonz

    And the company I work for does the same thing for itself. It does not have to depend on some marketing fairy tale about the information being safer just because it’s not all in our hands. We are a 24-hour, year-round operation and don’t need the false sense of security that this latest trend delivers. We are VERY good at security.

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  5. robtjonz

    And the company I work for does the same thing for itself. It does not have to depend on some marketing fairy tale about the information being safer just because it’s not all in our hands. We are a 24/7/365 operation and don’t need the false sense of security that this latest trend delivers. We are VERY good at security.

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  6. robtjonz

    And the company I work for does the same thing for itself. It does not have to depend on some marketing fairy tale about the information being safer just because it’s not all in our hands. We are a 24/7/365 operation and don’t need the false sense of security that this latest trend delivers. We are VERY good at security.

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  7. TheUnluckyKnifer

    Look at facebook lol. You put loads of information about your life on facebook and you are trusting them with it with out even paying them lol. Anything you put on the internet is hosted by a company. You had to make a YouTube account to type your comment, so now they have some info on you. The cloud IS a building with 100’s of servers and real people working to maintain them safely and securely.

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  8. THE16THPHANTOM

    if you pay for what you use, what happens when you are being attacked by bots, millions of them that are simulating real users. my guess is you pay for the bots too.

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  9. HighT3chDad

    Security breaches happen on cloud or traditional data centers, on single computers or via botnets. A stolen laptop is potentially more dangerous than anything else. And using a cloud is much like using a traditional data center. The security that you put into it is what you get out of it. With more attention being put on cloud, security gets better w/ cloud computing than traditional infrastructures.

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  10. robtjonz

    Cloud Computing Yields Cheap Hacking – from RedOrbit’s site. College students broke in.
    It’s nice that people in marketing have come up with the illusion of keeping proprietary data safe by using the image of a cloud, something waaay up above that no one can touch. When the reality is, hacker will do what hackers will do: Find a way in.

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  11. HighT3chDad

    You put your data in the hands of many companies every time you use the internet. Online banking for example, is an example of a type of cloud (heavily secured, obviously). Cloud providers are, in essence, large data centers with thousands of servers. But cloud providers offer management layers to make it a better, more cost effective experience.

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  12. robtjonz

    So, basically, you’re depending on another company to host your valuable information? Yeah. No potential for problems there. Instead of fluffy clouds, how about a large building with hundred and hundreds of servers?

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  13. jdphd123

    There is nothing online as well shown and explained as I have just watched about Cloud Computing.

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  14. LESSOLITAIRE

    My third grade teacher, Mrs. Crampstern, used to play magic hands with the construction paper too!

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