Types of cloud hosting
There are two different types of cloud hosting: private cloud hosting and public cloud hosting. With private cloud hosting the cloud is only accessible by a single organization, providing that organization with greater control and privacy. This type of cloud hosting is also called VPS (Virtual Private Server)
hosting or dedicated hosting. Private cloud hosting is more secure than public cloud hosting, but it is also more expensive. Public cloud hosting is a form of hosting where enterprises share the same pool of resources. It is cheaper than using a private cloud platform, but there are also some downsides. If for instance one website is attacked, all websites on that server can be affected.
Cloud hosting is cost effective
With cloud hosting, server capacity is scaled up or down depending on your demand. As a result you only pay for what you need. Scalability also provides flexibility. Our platform can adjust rapidly to changing situations. Your data and configurations are distributed over multiple servers and physical locations so every request can be handled. Cloud hosting further comprises shared data storage
, allowing every server access to the right data.
Reliable Microsoft solutions
Cloud hosting offers a reliable technology to update your database on all servers from one central access point. We offer cloud hosting through our Red Cloud
which is based on a reliable Microsoft solution: Windows Azure Pack
Microsoft COSN Partner
i3D.net is one of the thirteen Dutch COSN partners. This partner program consists globally out of eighty service providers that offer hybrid cloud solutions based on Microsoft technology. We are the only Dutch COSN partner with a global hybrid cloud proposition. This partner program comes highly recommended and is considered to be a standard in hybrid-cloud services due to Microsofts strict selection process. Red Cloud
is fully compatible with hybrid Cloud solutions. This enables companies to connect independent components of their IT environment (e.g. on-premise, bare metal and colocated hardware) with one another to run applications where they perform best.