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  Post #16 (permalink)   01-30-2018, 05:17 AM
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1. Cloud VPS will have the dedicated resources for your account on the server. There won't be any issue with the CPU, RAM on cloud VPS.

2. As it is pay per usage service, you will always notified what is exactly needed for your website, either more HDD or RAM or resources and all will be allocated as per your need. That is why it is low cost and affordable service

3. You can access your server with ease from any location.

4. There is no issue of the data loss on the cloud VPS.

5. Cloud VPS has the in-built multi-tired security provided which do not allow any malicious activity on the server.
 
 


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Cloud VPS is a regular VPS but with almost 100% uptime. This is possible by having hypervisors (physical servers) read the data from centralized storage system like SAN. This way, if the hypervisor that hosts your VPS has a malfunction and becomes unavailable, your VPS can easily be booted on the another working hypervisor. Thus, you can achieve near if not 100% uptime.

I agree. Such as using VMWare (VMotion) allows your virtual machine to migrate to another host in real time, eliminating downtime. Cloud VPS' are also nice because alot of them scale in real time.

This means if your RAM on your cloud vps is 8gb and you utilize 100% of it, your machine will automatically scale to 10 GB that way your services never go down or cause slowness.
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I agree. Such as using VMWare (VMotion) allows your virtual machine to migrate to another host in real time, eliminating downtime.
I would imagine if there no major hardware faults that is possible but what about total failures? Would that only be possible if another "hot" VM is "at the ready" kinda like RAID with drives?
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I would imagine if there no major hardware faults that is possible but what about total failures? Would that only be possible if another "hot" VM is "at the ready" kinda like RAID with drives?
VMWare Enterprise Suite allows you to use vmotion in the event of a total hardware failure, as long as your Disk/Data is in a NAS or SAN. If you save all of your Virtual Machines hard disks locally then yes in the event a system board fails, you are out of luck.

Although vmotion with attached SAN or NAS where your hard disks live. You can have a full system board failure from a host, and the Guest (Virtual Machine) will live migrate. You can find the full vmotion_datasheet.pdf by googling it. (Wasn't sure if i could provide the link, sorry )

Keep in mind VMWare is expensive over $10,000/year for licensing + infrastructure. I find that the Cisco UCS Chasis work the best for VMWare if any of you are considering this option.

Definition for those who don't know.

NAS - Network Attached Storage
SAN - Storage Area Network
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