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Cloud hosting is the provision of storing data on servers with multiple connections that can be accessed over the internet. Cloud hosting is cost-efficient and guarantees the security of data as many different servers are used rather than a single server or data center. It also offers on-demand scalability and increased accessibility.

Cloud hosting can be referred as the hosting service (storing data or information of a website that could be accessed using the internet) provided by different web servers instead of a stand-alone server. Here basically different servers with same data or information are connected with each other rather than shared hosting where the data or information for multiple websites is stored or accessed through a single server. This has been acclaimed as one of the advanced forms of hosting where data’s are supplied based on the needs using more than one web server. This cloud hosting is described as one of the decentralized approach of arranging more than one web server in a virtual environment (virtual servers) to access data in an easy way. In common terms, cloud hosting can also be called as augmentation of clustered hosting.

Cloud hosting offers a wide range of benefits. Some of them may include choosing our own OS, pliability - where the arrangement of data is supervised through an Application Programming Interface, affordability, security, reliability scalability, peak load balancing and so on. A very good real-time example of cloud hosting could be given as Google search engine. The search result set fetched from Google search engine is retrieved from a group of web servers connected together rather than fetching the result from a single web server. By doing so Google will have the ability to respond even when there is a peak load for search operation and there is a very less chance of facing any downtime thus providing the users faster search result in any situation.

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