Here’s an example of a SysGen hybrid model. As you can see, the client has an onsite server with local backup storage. Employees access their desktops, applications, files, printers, and email from the office using the local network. At the same time, data is backed up for redundancy to a cloud-based solution, and email is entirely in the cloud with Hosted Microsoft Exchange. The cloud configuration also gives employees anywhere access to their desktops, applications, files, printers, and email. (Click the photo to enlarge it).
Cloud hosting, on the other hand, tackles the increase differently. Under the cloud environment, the website is hosted on a pool of unified computing resources. This simply means that if one server is reaching its optimum level, then a second server is ready to function. Similarly, if a server fails, the website will still be running as other servers will continue to serve the incoming traffic.
Cloud hosting is the latest form of hosting that has become extremely popular over the past few years. The main concept of cloud hosting is "Divide and Rule" – the resources required for maintaining your website are spread across a cluster of servers that work together, termed as "the cloud". This greatly reduces chances of any downtimes in case of a server malfunction.

Processors in dedicated servers are entirely devoted to the host website or application. Unless all of the processing power is used at once (which is highly unlikely), they do not need to queue requests. This makes dedicated servers an excellent choice for companies with CPU intensive load balancing functions. In a cloud environment, processor cores require management to keep performance from degrading. The current generation of hypervisors cannot manage requests without an added level of latency.
A hybrid server model also gives companies greater data security. For example, with a SysGen hybrid model, clients can back up their data to an onsite server as well as a cloud solution. SysGen’s backup solution partner, Datto, introduces next-gen backup, disaster recovery, and business continuity solutions. Read more about backup solutions in our blog post, “Five key questions to ask about your backup solution”.
Our custom built managed cloud platform was designed from the ground up with your needs in mind. We've not spared any expense in creating a technological masterpiece, complete with an easily managed cloud hosting environment using only the best components available, from hardware to networking, from support to administration - all to ensure maximum performance and stability for your website(s).
By definition, cloud computing is the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server or a personal computer. While a local machine can be used to access the cloud, the intent is that the environment is remote thus removing the need for local resources for storage, management, and processing of data.

The hybrid model seems to be on trend with what’s happening in the IT industry in general. According to a recent Wall Street Journal article, tech’s future may lie in the “fog” rather than the cloud. In other words, cloud solutions are great, but businesses may not want to have everything “out there” in the cloud. Some solutions will still need to be kept in-house or on the device, closer to the ground. For many companies, the best configuration will be somewhere in between, which the article refers to as “the fog”.
Our VPS Hosting plans all come with a high availability feature that essentially takes your VPS container, and empowers it with a cloud infrastructure. How does this work? We put a premium on your server's uptime, so we created an infrastructure of redundant hardware clusters that provides your partition with real-time redundancy. If for some reason there is an error on your server, there is another server in the cluster with that backup information ready to spin up. We utilize Virtuozzo, a virtualization solution built on top of OpenVZ.
I've observed or been a part of buying decisions for a few thousand server customers, from small-business owners getting a website online for the first time to established platforms with tens of millions of visits every day. While each of those purchasers had different requirements and priorities for a cloud server, a few key deciding factors were consistent across those decisions:

Deploy your vps with (webuzo) a powerful control panel available for free. Then instantly provision 100s of the most popular web applications. Such as WordPress, Magento, Joomla, Prestashop, and Drupal. Take your development goals to the next level by adding services such as Apache, PHP, Ruby, Rails, Java, and Node.JS. Instantly deploy database with MySQL, MongoDb and MarinaDB. Along with additional modules such as Memcache and Varnish.
ResellerClub maintains weekly backups for disaster recovery, and on request, for a fee, we may be able to restore your web, email, and database content subject to availability. However, we recommend you to take full responsibility for your own backups and NOT rely on ResellerClub to keep copies of your content safe. Alternatively, you can set up automated backups through CodeGuard.
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