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In simple terms, cloud hosting is an internet driven, on-demand computing technology that is based on the principles of shared storage and processing of all underlying computing hardware. It relies on a network of multiple web servers connected to one another in a complex and wide network to deliver required computing functions. Cloud computing technologies can be considered as an advanced version of grid computing which functioned on a similar concept of multiple computing resources working together to perform a common function.
Cloud hosting is different from traditional hosting models. In cloud hosting, data storage is not confined to a single server but spread across multiple servers. This multiplicity safeguards users from system failures, as failure in one server will prompt another server to continue delivering the service. That too, in an automated mode.
Cloud hosting service providers deliver its services to clients on a services model rather than a traditional product model – dedicated or shared. Users are charged depending on their infrastructure usage rather than a fixed monthly or annual charge. Also, users have the freedom to increase or decrease add-on computing resources like RAM, storage, bandwidth according to their needs and get charged accordingly. This entire process is managed with a back-end panel so that users have control over their IT infrastructure and align their required resources in quick turnaround times without affecting their business. Clients benefit from this model as they can provision computing resources at short notice during peak business periods and remove it during off-peak business periods. It results in significant cost savings for users and is one of the prime reasons for the growing popularity of cloud hosting technology.
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With a proprietary cloud platform, round-the-clock support and experience of serving the cloud hosting requirements of several leading global organizations including Fortune 500 companies, we are well-equipped with the necessary knowledge, skills and expertise to manage the IT infrastructure needs of clients across industries. Our Tier III data center infrastructure ensures maximum uptime client IT infrastructure resulting in zero business and productivity loss to our clients. We understand the sanctity of client data and have deployed high security protocols to protect sensitive client data. Our cloud services are available in multiple deployment models – Private, Public, Community or Hybrid. Clients have the freedom to choose depending on their business needs and budget.
It is a software delivery model in which software is hosted on the cloud and delivered to clients online via a web browser. SaaS redefined the software market, from a product licensing model to a services model. In SaaS, software is made available to clients on any device connected to the internet. The application is hosted remotely on the cloud and clients only pay licensing costs per user. The responsibility of hosting the software application, implementation and maintenance rests with the service provider. Saas helps organizations reduce their IT operation costs significantly
It is a cloud model, in which all necessary tools for application development, be it software or hardware is delivered to clients on a services model. PaaS is usually referred to the middle layer between IaaS and SaaS and consists of middleware applications. PaaS makes the entire process of development, testing, and deployment of new applications by organizations quicker, simpler, and cheaper. A PaaS cloud services provider hosts the entire infrastructure on its own servers.
It is the most popular amongst various cloud hosting service models. IaaS helps users access, monitor and manage their data center infrastructure remotely with the help of internet led software. With IaaS, services organizations do not need to invest in physical server hardware but can rent it from an external third party data center services provider and manage it according to their business requirements.
According to a 2015 report by Gartner, the market for global public cloud services is expected to reach USD 204 billion in the year 2016. It estimated the size of the industry in 2015 at USD 175 billion and predicted growth of more than 16% for the coming year. Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) was forecasted to register the highest growth in 2016, followed by Software as a Service (SaaS), Cloud management and Security services and Platform as a Service (PaaS) respectively. IaaS cloud hosting services were expected to register a growth of 38.4% in 2016 followed by cloud management and security services at 24.7%, PaaS at 21.1% and SaaS at 20.3%.
Interestingly in 2015, the geography that registered highest growth in cloud services was not in the western hemisphere. Sales grew highest in Japan at 47.1% year over year, followed by Asia/Pacific (excluding Japan) at 35.3%, Western Europe at 22.1%, Canada at 22.0% and the United States at 20.1%.
The above statistics clearly reveal that an increasing number of organizations will move from an on-premise IT infrastructure model to cloud hosting in the coming years. Since the advent of the cloud, technology evangelists had predicted a decline of on-premise IT infrastructure model and rapid adoption of the cloud by businesses. While sceptics were doubtful, the growth registered by the industry in the past few years clearly demonstrate that organizations will continue to adopt cloud hosting as a key element in their business strategy to reduce operational costs. The industry is poised for rapid growth in the coming years. For cloud hosting service providers, the wait is finally over. The market has matured and they can look forward to impressive growth in the coming years.
An increased focus of the government towards adoption of digital technologies for governance and a booming private sector economy present ample opportunities of growth for the cloud industry in India. Gartner estimated the size of the cloud hosting India market at USD 731 million for the year 2015 with increased adoption from sectors like Telecom, BFSI, Manufacturing and Government. The research and advisory firm predicted the cloud hosting India market to reach USD 1.7 billion by the end of the decade.
Considering the growth prospects, several leading global cloud hosting service providers have invested significantly in the Indian market. Leading names in the business have invested in setting-up local data centers in the country to tap into the market. Indian cloud hosting providers have also stepped up their investments in the country. Major Indian cities like Mumbai, Bangalore, Delhi, Chennai, Pune have witnessed increased investment in data center space by Indian cloud hosting providers.
Government programs like ‘Digital India’ and ‘Make in India’ have provided the requisite impetus for the growth of the cloud hosting India market. It has also led to the growth of the small and medium size Enterprises (SMEs) sector which is expected to embrace the cloud for process efficiencies in the future. Indian cloud hosting provider companies along with global cloud hosting companies are headed for exciting times ahead.