Cloud VPS Hosting
The term “cloud” or “cloud-servers” these past few years in the web hosting business has been trending and so have virtual servers, virtual machines, or virtual private servers. So, what exactly is cloud VPS hosting?
Cloud computing, by definition, is the method of storing, managing, and processing data using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet instead of a local server or PC.
With that said, the Cloud VPS Hosting platform is a cloud computing solution based on Linux’s Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM). It offers scalable, virtualized resources as a service, purchased on a utility basis, meaning you pay for what you use.
You get dynamic provisioning in a scalable and virtual environment. Cloud VPS hosting combines the benefits of both VPS hosting andCloud technologies as it is hosted on a group of dedicated servers rather than a single server.
In the event of server failure, all VPS servers hosted on that server will isolate to other dedicated servers without any downtime or data loss because of its real-time backup feature of user data. When these VPS hosting features are combined with premium cloud technology, it becomes the best website hosting choice.
As a business with its resources all based online, you cannot afford to have down times or lose your data. The impact it will have on your business would be disastrous and that is why moving to a VPS is the next best step you can take for your business.
In creating the IPV6, not everything in the IPV4 was affected, subsystem in the internet layer like routing protocol remained the same. This type of IP has a network layer protocol that enables data communication over a packet switch network.
Packet switching can be described as a way of grouping data that has been transmitted over a digital network into packets.
IPV6 was engineered by a group called the Internet Engineering Taskforce (IETF) to handle the setbacks experienced with the IPV4. It was created to take over the IPV4 and was published in 1998.
Not all the features in IPV4 were affected during the development of IPV6. Subsystems in the internet layer such as routing protocol remained unchanged. Below is an example of an upgrade to the internet layer that occurred:
128-bit IP address.
128-bit IP address.
The main advantage of IPV6 over IPV4 is the increased address space. The 128-bit length of the IPV6 address gives it an edge over the 32-bit length of the IPV4 address which allows users unlimited access to a unique IP address.
One of the benefits of the IPV6 over the IPV4 is the increased authentication and privacy measures, and auto-configuration which is 9f great benefit to the network administrators, also regarded native support for mobile devices.
This particular benefit for mobile devices enables mobile devices to switch between networks and receive a roaming notification regardless of physical location.
Full replacement of IPV4 to IPV6 is going to take quite a while because the IPV4 remains the most widely used Internet Protocol.