Cloud Web Hosting vs Traditional Web Hosting

Hosting Vs Cloud – Cloud Web Hosting vs Traditional Web Hosting


Cloud Web Hosting vs Traditional Web Hosting

Hosting Vs Cloud

Netregistry’s CEO Larry Bloch explains the difference between cloud and traditional web hosting – and why Netregistry’s cloud web hosting infrastructure is more reliable, secure and the fastest available.

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Hosting Vs Cloud

Cloud Web Hosting vs Traditional Web Hosting

20 thoughts on “Hosting Vs Cloud – Cloud Web Hosting vs Traditional Web Hosting

  1. Do not go for Netregistry. They have absolutely no standard. I was waiting more than 30 min in a call and then they disconnected the same. This is not the first time and will not be the last. Worst service ever. In a scale of 1-10, I will rate their service next to zero

  2. Different word for Shared Hosting. All marketing BS. Also… people need to see that sooner or later it will be absorbed by few mega company such as: google, amazon, microsoft, ibm. And then prices will rise (like the exorbitant prices of cellphone plans in the usa).. The problem with "cloud", is that you never know what is going on with your performance… they will blame it on bandwidth… then they will come up with some other "new functions" that will cost you more. AND if shit happens between China, Russia, USA, and someone decide to bomb the optical wires (in the oceans), the data may not be easily available…. Also, this cloud will eliminate competition and they wont give a shit on performance. Look at how slow any website is becoming. Nobody cares about performance anymore.

  3. I have been using PIXARHOSTING to buy SitelockProtection at cheap rates where this company provides me Services at such a cheap rate if you want to use there services visit PIXARHOSTING or search PIXARHOSING on Google.

  4. There's only one problem – people are forgetting that the cloud host's network connection is shared by everyone on the cloud, and that network performance can be degraded, and cannot not be controlled. This creates another point of failure or bottleneck for the customers regardless of what type of hosting it is.

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