Simply stated, Cloud hosting is a server and network infrastructure that uses software to divide a single physical server into multiple virtual servers. Often, these devices are referred to as virtual machines, or VMs.

 The architecture of cloud hosting differs from the setup used in regular web hosting:

  • Most shared hosts use a centralised approach where one server holds multiple websites. But if that server goes down, so does every account in it.
  • On the other hand, the distributed approach of cloud hosting solves this problem. Since each website is “distributed” across multiple servers in a data centre, you’ll get no downtime in case a server in the cluster experiences a problem.

Large websites such as search engines and social networks use the distributed approach, as no single server could handle such the load. Big projects like these either build their own cloud hosting architecture or they hire resources from a cloud hosting provider.

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