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Cloud Hosting vs Traditional Hosting

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Learn about the differences between cloud based hosting, and dedicated servers. Web hosting comes in 3 basics types: shared hosting, dedicated servers, cloud based hosting. Each has its' pros and cons. If you want to learn powerful web development, then check out my crazy cool video training package: https://shop.killervideostore.com/
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webeducation (1 month ago)
Stopped coding in 2009 and came back to it in 2014 and so much had changed. I'm still learning about different things i missed during that time frame. This video helped fill a part of that knowledge gap for me. Thanks.
Kevin Jhonson (2 months ago)
I choose dedicated servers. I can name a lot of reasons, this has already been shown by experience. I tried many different options and stopped on dedicated servers in the end. By the way, I chose here https://inxy.hosting/ such good stuff. Although CDN and VPS are there too.
Right Wing Safety Squad (3 months ago)
RAID isn't a substitute for offline backups. It only protects against hardware failure. Not software failure, malware, attacks, editor clumsiness, or bad management decisions.
GND,EI Holmes (6 months ago)
DCO CRYPTO (7 months ago)
It’s very humbling to see your responses to the comments. I have 8 websites on a bluehost shared server using 180 gig storage. I can see approx 200 active users presently and expect some major growth in the near future. Should I move to cloud based hosting and if so can you recommend a hosting company that would be suitable for high storage and traffic?
DCO CRYPTO (7 months ago)
Stefan Mischook thank you, keep up the good work
Stefan Mischook (7 months ago)
So many out there. You might want to check out AWS ... i hear they have a product for small business now.
DCO CRYPTO (7 months ago)
Just started watching your videos and they are thoroughly entertaining and insightful. Cheers 🤙
Paul-Sebastian Manole (10 months ago)
Hard disks can be set up redundantly, power sources, RAM, NICs, pretty much everything, except CPUs and motherboard but then you can set up two identical servers redundantly. So you don't need cloud hosting for a better degree of safety. You need cloud hosting when you need immediate performance and no up-front cost for the hardware that would allow that performance. Of course you get better redundancy and better backup and tons more with that. In my opinion, traditional hosting is dying and cloud hosting is becoming not only much better suited but much more cost effective.
Gazzle Spaz (10 months ago)
I switched from Bluehost to Digital Ocean. It’s not for the faint of heart. But damn is it faster. I went from 2-6 seconds per full page load to 1-2 seconds.
Hải Hưng Lê (11 months ago)
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Ultra (11 months ago)
Basis for cloud is containerization, 100% learn docker.
jvandervyver (1 year ago)
Overall I liked you video. In my opinion a big advantage with cloud hosting is not dealing with nonsense like RAID arrays and worrying about hardware failures. Both AWS and Google have something called live migration and they'll move your "server" from one computer to another as soon as they detect a problem with the hardware. It does this without interrupting anything running on the machine. Obviously doesn't work for catastrophic failures but those are exceedingly rare. If I were to teach someone starting today I would advice them to steer clear of dedicated just to avoid the mess of setting up a machine, raid, make sure things are secure, etc. Amazon/Google/etc. have entire organizations dealing with that crap on your behalf. This ties into what you said about separation of concerns. Perhaps I'm missing of an aspect that dedicated still offers but in my mind dedicated is a dying horse.
Sandy (1 year ago)
Thanks for the video, I was able to use it for my server rented from datasoft http://datasoft.ws......
Joody Wellness TV (1 year ago)
Hi Stefan, Thanks for the video, what would you advise for high traffic viral posts blog ? cloud hosting or something else ? thanks
Stefan Mischook (10 months ago)
Cloud is good so you can expand quickly.
Rahul Agarwal (2 years ago)
Hello sir , I want to start a programming blog build in php/mysql which will have code snippets with live preview . So what should I used cloud or linux shared hosting. The server will hold lots of images and live preview code folders. So keeping all this in mind , what are your suggestions? Should I go for hostgator or AWS?
Rahul Agarwal (2 years ago)
Stefan Mischook Thank you
Stefan Mischook (2 years ago)
99% of websites can use hostgator, goDaddy, killersites hosting (which is goDaddy!) ... cloud hosting is great but it more complex than standard shared linux hosting. Having the control panels that allow you to set up email and other aspects of the server is cool. I use both.
Jurgen Landrie (2 years ago)
Thanks for this informative video. What are your thoughts on Google Cloud if I may ask?
Stefan Mischook (2 years ago)
I love the cloud in general. My app, StudioWeb, is cloud based.
isreasontaboo (2 years ago)
How about virtual private servers?
Stefan Mischook (2 years ago)
They are kinda of a middle ground AFAIK. That said, I tend to lean either standard shared hosting for typical sites and now would just go cloud for important apps ... generally speaking.
Cono 52 (2 years ago)
Would digital ocean, heroku, aws, be your first choice to spin up websites for clients these days? I was literally checking this stuff out yesterday haha good timing :)
Cono 52 (2 years ago)
Digital Ocean it is, Cheers Stef, :)
Stefan Mischook (2 years ago)
Depends on the site. I am using Digital Ocean now and we like it. I hear (from a friend) that AWS is powerful but you pay for that. I heard good things about heroku but I have no personal experience. The good thing about the cloud server model is the easy scaling - you can start your client with say one CPU and less Ram and take it from there. If you client is small and may need to doing things like move files to the server, set up email accounts etc, it might be easier to go with traditional shared hosting, where you can provide a powerful control panel like CPANEL or Plesk that makes typical server tasks easy. Generally, I would say if you are developing an app, then use the cloud. If you are doing a simple website, or perhaps a CMS driven site for some small business, then perhaps the traditional server. We use both dedicated and cloud based hosting on our end.
Tayeb SAADI (2 years ago)
thank you for the explanation

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