Private Cloud 101 – Dedicated Hosting vs Private Cloud Hosting

Private Cloud 101 – Dedicated Hosting vs Private Cloud Hosting

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29 Comments

John Chisholm

at 8:12 pm

It’s pronounced Rooter not Router! Bloody American pronunciation!

Josh Lohanes

at 2:15 pm

Hi as ever excellent work just one question about power failure or hardware failure…
So we put all this on less infrastructure the Private Cloud & when we are saying Private Cloud in terms of flexibility we are talk VM servers, so let’s say two physical servers and they go down then you lose everything, but with the old method you lose two physical servers you only lose part of your services.
How do you deal with this?

monsterhunter445

at 7:58 pm

I pretty sure it is pronounced Router. How is this irrelevant? Amour or Armor same thing.

John Chisholm

at 8:34 pm

Apologies I just find Americanised English extremely annoying.

Think before you act.

at 6:16 am

btw, if it’s spelt router, it probably means you say it “router”

Ahmed Mahmoud

at 12:05 pm

excellent you helped me alot

kerenbanget

at 8:43 am

this is cloud hosting era….. but somehow the price is not cheap too

Sami Hawash

at 11:03 am

thanks that was very helpful

Syed Altaf Hussain

at 2:14 pm

It seems it is better to follow Talibans of Afghanistan who banned TVs and computers, than this confusion computer technologies which is ever changing and making us learn all the time, making you to teach all the time and bringing new technologies all the time.

GroovyMango

at 10:52 pm

LOL, Cloud.

Mark Bauermeister

at 7:01 am

Why don’t you shut your radicalised mouth and drag your underevolved ass to Afghanistan then?

FYI. Not everyone believes in the kind of blatant, useless and pathetic way of life (if you can even call it that) you do.

Personally, I enjoy learning new things every day and not relying on century old standards.

In fact, if life was as shitty as the Muslim faith and a few other radical religious sects would like to construe it, I’d probably kill myself on the spot.

sycomsimon

at 7:12 pm

Server Virtualization can be Private Cloud. Why not? i virtualized loads of servers and put them onto a Private Cloud hosted within a banks Data-Centre.

Gerson Lima

at 6:24 am

12-6 cloud?

jovin george

at 8:02 pm

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Tech-Energy

at 4:32 am

Century old standards are what have lead to waste, disorganization and chaos. As well as oligarchy. Unfortunately most Americans are living under a monetary system of old standards still.

Tech-Energy

at 4:35 am

Century old standards are what have lead to waste, disorganization and chaos, as well as the new ideas at times have lead to ignorance and chaos. It’s because there’s so much allowing of waste, starting from the top down. They shouldn’t place any expense onto the industry, or in other words rely on every one to do the best thing, they should look out for all industry, retail ,etc, through an unlimited funded monetary system, that provides the funds to modernize any economic sector/industry, etc

Joe G

at 6:52 am

Wow, I work in tech and this is a bad video. As the top comments point out all he did was discuss the benefits of virtualization. He did not answer the question at all of public vs private. I know Rackspace and they are a good company…they can do better than this…

Louise Cairns

at 12:24 pm

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Cesar Lima

at 4:09 am

This is a semi decent video but the improper title and description kills it.

Roversierr

at 2:43 pm

Really useful video

Tja Crypto

at 11:31 pm

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MasteryCrafter

at 3:17 am

I have a Minecraft servers on my dedicated machine how could i link all of them into a hub network?

Piyush Srivastava

at 3:54 am

very simple concept of cloud.

Steven Dailly

at 1:39 pm

i thought you explained the clear differences between dedicated and cloud hosting.

qtsdatacenters

at 5:20 pm

Thank you for giving a thorough explanation of the cloud and various hosting ideas.

b dog

at 12:29 am

I <3 my cloudserver!

Hassan Tofaha

at 11:58 pm

thanks

nationwidebw

at 9:39 am

Two problems here: 1) a massive performance hit will be felt by moving into a private cloud environment; and 2) it is not a true cloud, it is more or less just “virtualization” because private clouds such as the one here are not distributed computing, whereas public cloud platforms such as EC2, are.

Mano b

at 11:17 am

nice tutorial , thanks , planning to rent a private cloud from http://www.datasoft.ws