Author Topic: Cloud server is not much powerful when compared to dedicated server.why?  (Read 702 times)

daisyab

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Cloud server is not much powerful when compared to dedicated server.why?

soumya

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hello mam,

cloud server is nothing but we can share the unlimited server whereas as dedicated server is purely dedicated.

performance is very high when compared to cloud server

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Re: Cloud server is not much powerful when compared to dedicated server.why?
« Reply #2 on: September 10, 2013, 12:36:22 AM »
Hello,

Dedicated servers means 100% dedicated for you and it is physical server whereas,cloud servers is in shared basis
and  is virtual server.so,dedicated is much powerful when compared to cloud server.

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« Last Edit: September 10, 2013, 12:39:53 AM by geethu »

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Re: Cloud server is not much powerful when compared to dedicated server.why?
« Reply #3 on: September 10, 2013, 03:57:36 AM »
Hello,

       Managed dedicated server means you can manage everything in the dedicated server as if you are in front of the server.

       Dedicated  server install single Os for application.

       cloud installs for many OS and many applications.


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Re: Cloud server is not much powerful when compared to dedicated server.why?
« Reply #4 on: September 16, 2013, 09:49:07 PM »
Hello,
In 99% of cases a dedicated server will handle workloads faster than a cloud server with the same specifications. This is primarily due to the overhead introduced by the virtualization technology. However, with each new generation of server hardware and virtualization software the real world difference becomes more and more narrow.
Another reason that a dedicated server might outperform a cloud server is due to the shared CPU (in the physical server) and disk resources (either on the SAN, or local disks in the server itself). Most cloud offerings managed by service providers (including the XLHost cloud) are carefully monitored and maintained to ensure consistent performance. The other shared resource involved with cloud servers are the network connections. If you have throughput requirements higher than 2Gbps it would be recommended to use dedicated servers.
One thing to consider is that most of the time the physical servers, storage, and network connections that a cloud service provider uses for their public cloud offering have much higher specifications than an average dedicated server. This is due to the fact that the underlying server has to be able to handle anything that the cloud servers running on it can throw at it.

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Hey,

Two reasons why dedicated server is better than cloud server.
1. Performance: Since each machine has its own individual network, therefore dedicated server is more efficient in handling greater workloads. Cloud servers have to handle a lot of network connection due to which the performance get affected. If your needs are more than 2Gps I would recommend dedicated server for you.

2. Security: Dedicated server would be on one level up when compared to cloud server for security purpose only when your company functions in a modulated industry which needs total isolation. Other than that cloud servers are equally good in terms of security when compared to dedicated server.