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Dedicated Servers vs Cloud Hosting in the B2B world

Reference | in Cloud Hosting Guides,Dedicated Server Guides | by Jonathon LinnellCloud computing services such as those offered by Google, Amazon, Microsoft have attracted considerable attention over the past 18 months or so. An increasing number of enterprises have been looking to these services as a way to lower the cost and complexity associated with managing corporate applications and server farms. Large cloud service providers have used their tremendous marketing clout to position cloud computing as an ideal solution for reducing IT costs. However, in a dedicated hosting model, a customer applications are hosted on systems that are designated solely for that company use. That because the underlying hardware resources are dedicated solely to running one customer applications. Often dedicated servers have enough extra capacity built into them to be able to handle sudden spikes in processing demand. In contrast, in a cloud computing environment, applications from multiple customers have to share hardware resources and processing power. Companies know exactly what they are getting and how much they need to pay for it, when signing up for a dedicated hosting service. Cloud computing providers on the other hand typically have pay-as-you go pricing structures where monthly expenses depend on resource utilization and can vary greatly as a result. Cloud vendors tout their pricing models as a way for companies to beats by dre  reduce IT expenses. In reality though, the pay-as-you-go model can sometimes result in very large and unexpected monthly bills. Important tasks such as log management and auditing for instance, are much easier in a dedicated hosting model compared to cloud services where such data may not even be available for analysis.
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May 2012 - The Social Media Issue
Read the Digital Edition It seems rather serendipitous that, as we began preparing to launch this social media focused issue of WHIR magazine, the WHIR organization, and other iNET Interactive editorial properties began working in earnest to measure and track engagement as a metric on our websites and on the content we publish.
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February 2012 - 2012 Hottest Hosts Directory
Read the Digital Edition This edition of our Hottest Hosts buyer's guide and directory issue is the fifth instance of the annual publication, a milestone that kind of snuck up on me, personally, but which I think provides an intriguing validation of the format, and of the principle behind it.
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October 2011 - The Killer Business Model
Read the Digital Edition In pursuit of some inspiration for your killer business model, we sought out some of the really cool things being done in the hosting space by providers trying to stand out from the crowd. They not all huge companies yet, but they dr dre beats  all got some really interesting ideas, and more importantly, they looking at innovating in a way that could inspire some really original thinking from you.
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