Last post Jul 12, 2017 09:11 AM by XIII
Jul 10, 2017 11:41 AM|tapan2017|LINK
Jul 10, 2017 01:28 PM|mgebhard|LINK
Still people host their site in shared hosting of few hosting provider called godaddy, orcsweb etc.
If we host our site in was or azure then what kind advantage I will get to host site in cloud?
If anyone knows it then share the knowledge.
I suggest that you create a free Azure account and take a look at the features.
Advantages depends on what you're looking for. Hosting is free so that might be an advantage. Learning what Azure has to offer could be an advantage. By the way, the later is too vast to cover in a forum post.
Jul 10, 2017 06:43 PM|tapan2017|LINK
Jul 10, 2017 07:18 PM|mgebhard|LINK
Azure is free really because I heard we need to give credit card no during opening account. If I heard right then how we can say it is free.
You are asking the wrong audience but the site clearly states...
We use your credit card information for identity verification, but you’ll never be charged unless you choose to subscribe.
Here are all the free services you can take advantage of...
You can take the plunge learn about Azure by creating a free account. I suggest this path as you get hands on experience and $200.00 to play.
If you don't trust the site then and do not want to supply a credit card then...
You can read the openly published documentation.
You can go through a few free online training course.
Keep in mind, all the above information is available to you for free from the link in my previous post.
Jul 11, 2017 05:31 AM|Masterpiece88|LINK
With cloud hosting, you can scale anytime you like. So, if you feel that your resource is not enough anymore, then you can scale up easily. With cloud, you can also pay it for daily. If you dont use it, you can switch off it. Traditional/normal hosting use
monthly billing cycle. You can try Azure first to test it. Please also check their calculator pricing first so you dont get shocked. :)
Jul 11, 2017 10:31 AM|tapan2017|LINK
what do you mean by scale........what kind of scale you are talking about ? give me few example of scaling which is possible in azure but not possible when host in shared hosting environment.
Jul 12, 2017 09:11 AM|XIII|LINK
I suggest you go through the documentation of Azure like:
You can have vertical and horizontal scaling in Azure and even have autoscaling depending on the service you're using.
In Azure it's very easy to scale (manual or automatic) as it's one of the basic principles of cloud computing. In a shared hosting it might be provided but not all of them do so it could mean that they have to set up new servers etc.