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Published on: April 16, 2014 by Irina

Cloud computing is an advanced solution for businesses with multiple offices or remote employees. It delivers computing infrastructure, apps and even business processes as a service. Choosing the right Cloud Hosting provider, which enables using the Cloud to its fullest potential, will equip you with the power to better regulate and monitor business processes, reduce costs and increase efficiency.

Let’s take a look at the reasons which allow Cloud Computing to hit the mainstream.
The first and most important reason lies in the significant reduction of costs. Not only do business owners not invest anything in terms of building their own infrastructure and purchasing equipment, but also the pay-as-you-go model allows paying only for the services you consume. This can be compared the how individuals pay for their water at the end of the month. Cloud services include the delivery of software, infrastructure, and storage over the Internet based on user demand. As we move further down the list of advantages of the Cloud, we will find that one of the essential characteristics is elasticity which actually means that the Cloud can scale upward for peak demand and downward for lighter demand. And finally, the Cloud is easy-to-use thanks to standardized interface.

AtomDrive always provides its clients with products and services that are on the cutting edge of innovation to better meet rapidly changing business demands. And now we are glad to offer the Cloud Hosting which comes with free built-in DDoS protection. The Cloud by AtomDrive is supported by various OS, including Linux, FreeBSD and Windows. Furthermore, it will only take you a couple of clicks to control and customize your Cloud, especially with the possibility to monitor your Cloud Server regardless of your location via iPhone or Android. Cloud Hosting capabilities allow you to benefit from higher flexibility, fault-tolerance and lower cost, which is especially beneficial for smaller businesses and startups.


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Published on: March 11, 2014 by Irina

In 2013 the global Cloud Service market increased its profit to 62 billion U.S. Dollars. New Parallels SMB Cloud Insights ™ reports show that this growth will continue at 26% and will reach a high of $125 billion.

According to the IT analysts, US Cloud Service market for small and medium-scale businesses was $24 billion whilst in Russia the Cloud usage was $633 million. It is mportant to mention that the pace of development is 17% by 2017 and 32% by 2016 for America and Russia respectively. And UC cloud services and other business applications prompt such a giant leap in development.

The boost in Cloud market has been mainly generated with the help of the solutions for communications and collaboration, including corporate e-mail and virtual PBX, which are followed by IaaS services. Nowadays In mature markets every small and medium-sized business has an average of five uses for cloud services. Parallels Experts predict that by 2016 the number of uses will have reached 9.


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Published on: September 8, 2013 by Emil

Why you should choose a Cloud infrastructure for running a Virtual Machine

In this article we will explain how to use Cloud service-model called Infrastructure as a service (IaaS) regarding our Cloud hosting solution. 

One of the most important features of Cloud infrastructure is that it is not physically dependent on a certain hardware. It is a distributed computing system allocated at a really huge number of physical servers in different Data Centers. Data safety is absolutely guaranteed. 

Scalability is also a serious reason why people are moving from traditional VPS’s based on single dedicated servers to Cloud infrastructure.

General concept of this service is that we provide you with a number of certain resources which you are able to allocate according to your needs and requirements. You may build several virtual machines (VM) distributing Cloud resources among them. The number of VM’s is limited only by the number of CPU’s in your Cloud’s configuration - at least 1 CPU per VM.


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