SSD Cloud Hosting

Cloud hosting is one of the web hosting types that use multiple servers to maximize websites uptime and balance the load.

Solid State Drive (SSD) is a place where, in this case, all of the Cloud hosting related data is stored in.

SSD was introduced about three decades ago and since then kept replacing Hard Disk Drives (HDDs), as it helps to load the website’s files and folders faster. Consequently, it creates a better user experience.

So, when we add Cloud hosting and SSD together, we create SSD Cloud hosting that, compared to HDD hosting, has more valuable features. Not only that it offers greater speed, but it also creates a high website performance, better reliability and data safety.

  • High performance

Due to a different mechanism that HHDs have, SSDs reads, locates and retrieves data faster. It is being done with almost no latency and the files are being transferred at a very fast speed.

Cloud uses a cluster of data centers that balances the load for maximum performance and uptime. This way, your website can use any amount of system resources it needs to work efficiently.

  • Speed

With so many plugins and additional page features, your website requires hardware that can load your site as efficiently as possible. SSDs can read all the needed data simultaneously at the same time resulting in your website’s shorter loading time.

Fast loading websites are just as important as SEO as they both determine your ranking on a search engine. A faster hosting will let you stay at top results. And of course, a better ranking means better traffic and more sales!

  • Reliability & Data Safety

SSDs software can prevent data loss. It does it by storing data in their cache memory. Also, SSDs are a lot less vulnerable to damage than HDDs are. As a consequence, the SSD Cloud hosting user can focus on the project rather than the technical part.

Cloud hosting usually comes with Cloudflare, SSL protection, daily backups, and other safety measures. Because of this reason, stored data is safe against DDoS attacks, malware or data losses.

Author: Aditya Bhuyan

I am an IT Professional with close to two decades of experience. I mostly work in open source application development and cloud technologies. I have expertise in Java, Spring and Cloud Foundry.

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