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Hosting & Cloud Services Outsourcing in Vietnam

In a world that is becoming more connected, hosting & cloud services become increasingly popular. Sites and applications are hosted by a network of connected virtual and physical clouds and are accessible using cloud resources. 

The cloud provider will oversee the setup, cloud infrastructure, security and maintenance. More companies are choosing cloud hosting services for data protection benefits such as high availability and disaster recovery.

Shifting to a cloud hosting platform can speed up deployment by 97% and reduce 20% of the cost. Create with more resources and lower costs while layering security in every step of the development process. Consult with Dirox to apply these impressive numbers to your company!

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Introduction to Hosting & Cloud Services

If you’re still unclear about what hosting services and cloud services mean, the main difference between these two terms is in the location of the servers running the service.

Hosted services refer to technology services using infrastructure outside of the service receiver’s physical location. It could be at a physical location elsewhere, or on a cloud. Cloud services are a specific subsection of hosted services.

With cloud hosting, you have the option to keep your server private - which is called the private cloud - or share it with a collection of networked machines - called the public cloud. In a public cloud, you don’t share the disk space, processing power, or anything else with other accounts, you just have to share the rack space in the data centers.

The benefits of cloud solutions are what make them so popular, such as the scalability of solutions or automation using APIs, web portals, and mobile apps, as well as reliability and versatility. There is more to gain for your company when switching to cloud hosting, and at Dirox, we ensure that your cloud server is managed and maintained skillfully and carefully.

Our Company’s Offshore Hosting & Cloud Services

Services:

  • App Deployment
  • Website Deployment
  • IoT Platforms
  • File Storage
  • Third Party Data Exchange
  • Backups
  • Migrations

Technologies:

  • Linux-Based servers
  • Windows-Based servers
  • Shared Web Servers
  • Virtual Private Servers (VPS)
  • Dedicated Servers
  • Content Delivery Networks (CDNs)

Why Use Outsourced Hosting & Cloud Services?

Applications of Hosting & Cloud Services

Why Choose Dirox?

Effective synergy

We believe clear communication is the core of any good collaboration. Dirox wants to ensure that every requirement and feedback from our client is heard and tended to.

Strong expertise

Our team at Dirox comes from Canada, France, Vietnam and Japan, each with their own strong suit. From consultants, tech engineers, to developers and project managers, are all ready to deliver you the highest quality!

Result-driven

Dirox is set on solving real-life problems and bringing businesses to another level. Our priority in the long term is to help our clients reach their destination and succeed through productivity improvements.

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Your Questions About Hosting & Cloud Services

Many companies choose to shift to the cloud because they’ve faced some problems in the traditional hosting environment or are allured to the benefits of cloud computing services such as scalability, flexibility, cost savings, etc. Other benefits when moving to the cloud include service, the technology landscape, and ease of migration.
There are many Cloud Services providers for you to choose from, each with its own strengths and weaknesses. Let’s go over some of the best cloud computing services. Amazon Web Services (AWS) Cloud: It is one of the most popular cloud providers which allows cloud migration, cloud operations, content delivery, database migrations, data analytics, edge computing, and so on. The downside to AWS is the errors in some data sources and underlying infrastructure and requires improvements in storing queries. Google Cloud Platform (GCP): It is beginner-friendly and is very straightforward and easy to use. Its priority is data security, and it implements artificial intelligence for enhanced data analytics at any scale. The downside is the price, it can be expensive for some cloud users. IBM Cloud: It is loved for the hybrid cloud management and migration and the ability to integrate with many other platforms. The only downside is how complicated it could be to learn for new users. Microsoft Azure Cloud: It is similar to GCP in the sense that they both have straightforward interfaces and are easy to use. One of its most loved features is the hybrid cloud service allowing users to use cloud applications for both web and mobile. It also has a SQL database that cleverly manages SQL, however, the downside is the often faulty virtual machine console and requires improvements in Operating System support. Alibaba Cloud: The user interface receives the most complaints along with the setup. But it can smoothly build an auto-scaling system and adjust compute capacity. It also allows Cloud users to migrate data from an on-premise store to Alibaba cloud or their e-commerce website to public cloud providers. OVH Cloud: The cheap price may seem attractive but you may face many problems because it can be frustrating to use. However, they are generous with their storage and offer up-to-date versions of PHP which adds to performance, security, and stability. Oracle Cloud: The price can be quite expensive for some users and it requires improvement in storage capacity and data transfer speed. But it has cloud backup and disaster recovery so you never have to worry about facing errors. It also has a simple user interface and offers easy data migration.
In short, cloud computing is delivering computing services - including servers, storage, databases, networking, business intelligence, and so on - over the Cloud for faster innovation, flexibility, and economies of scale. There are three types of cloud computing: public cloud (owned and operated by a third-party cloud service provider), private cloud (exclusively used inside a business or organization), and hybrid cloud (a mix of private and public cloud, data and applications can be shared between them).
IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service) is the most basic out of all cloud computing services. You rent IT infrastructure from a cloud service provider which are virtualized computer resources such as servers, storage, or networking, usually on a pay-as-you-go basis. PaaS (Platform as a Service) provides an outsourced platform or an on-demand environment for developing, testing, delivering, and managing software applications. It helps users easily create web and mobile applications. SaaS (Software as a Service) allows users to host software applications by a supplier and deliver them over the Internet. Cloud providers will host and manage the application and underlying infrastructure, as well as handle any maintenance. DaaS (Desktop as a Service) provides virtual desktops that are hotels by a supplier and can be accessed from anywhere via the Internet.