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The advent of the Internet has created many new opportunities for business and information gathering. One example of this is web hosting, which has allowed people to distribute content and communicate with each other globally. The development of web hosting is an important part of Internet history, and the periodic advances in web hosting illustrate how the Internet has progressed over the years. Here is a timeline of all the major events in the web hosting history. 1965 – Scientists at MIT lay the foundation for the Internet by having two computers communicate with each other successfully.[i] 1973 – The dawn of the Internet begins, as two European organizations are able to connect to ARPANET, the U.S. Defense Department’s predecessor to the Internet.[ii] 1974 – The First Internet Service Provider (ISP) Telenet becomes the first ISP by providing a version of ARPANET for the public. Also, Vinton Cerf and Bob Kahn make their design for Transmission Control Protocol, or…
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This week we talked to Hriday Biyani, CEO – Diadem Technologies, India’s leading cloud service provider, providing cloud, dedicated and hybrid hosting solutions across the globe. In business since 2000, they provide state of the art hosted solutions to clients who need a secure, highly available and redundant datacenter hosting environment backed with 99.95% uptime SLA and 24×7 technical support. Read on as he discusses how the ability to provide hybrid cloud services keeps them a step ahead of their competitors, trends that he sees in the IT industry in the next 5 years and more. 1. A summary of your business, including history, founding members- about, number of years in the industry, number of clients, service offerings, website link, etc. It was while studying for my graduation that I realized the necessity of doing something worthwhile in my free time rather than just pursuing the regular career options like a CA or an MBA. In 2000, there was this internet boom, same as…
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Since the advent of internet technology, enterprises are continually dealing with increasing workloads or what is commonly known as the ‘big data’. Managing workloads include the proper alignment of company data, resources and targeting them towards desired business outcomes. For any organization, managing these workloads can be difficult sometimes, especially when it lacks the required IT skillset. Hiring or training the existing IT teams can be both time-consuming and expensive. Moreover, with the IT industry facing issues with digital transformation like transitioning from hardware or software solutions to as-a-service cloud solutions, they need help in selecting the right technology stack, its implementation and support to ease their transition. Here, the role of Managed Services Provider comes in. Before we jump on to understanding the role of managed services providers and the latest managed services trends, it is imperative to know what are managed services. What are managed…
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The popularity of cloud computing has increased over the last few years due to the explosive use of the internet. From competitive tech companies to start-ups, everyone wants to get into this space. According to the research, about 94% of enterprises are using at least one cloud service today. As the enterprises shift their infrastructure on the cloud, the need for cloud load balancing solutions arise to handle traffic spikes. They can rapidly autoscale in response to the level of demand. They play a crucial role in balancing the system performance by evenly distributing the dynamic workload over multiple servers. Leading cloud providers like Alibaba Cloud, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Azure, Google Cloud and IBM lead the cloud load balancer market. If you are wondering which solution you should opt for, here we list the major cloud load balancers and their features. Alibaba Cloud Alibaba’s Cloud Server Load Balancer (SLB) redirects the incoming traffic among various instances to…
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CloudLinux Inc., with headquarters in Palo Alto, California, United States, and ZNet Technologies Pvt. Ltd, of Jaipur, India, are proud to announce a new distribution partnership for the CloudLinux family of products. ZNet Technologies, part of the RP tech India group (www.rptechindia.com), is a leading cloud service and web hosting provider based in Jaipur, India. CloudLinux services the Linux web hosting sector with its leading operating system, kernel patching and cybersecurity software. With this partnership, CloudLinux will be able to reach unexplored markets in India via the widely-spread partner network of ZNet Technologies. A diverse and multicultural country, India is the beating heart of Asia’s internet and IT economy that continues to grow and break new records. With India representing 18% of the world’s population, it’s an attractive base for enterprises like CloudLinux, wishing to take advantage of the nation’s huge market potential, as well as its…
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In 2020, worldwide online CDN traffic is projected to reach 252 EB per month, up from 54 EB per month in 2017 – Statista. Everyone is on the internet these days. Whether a user is performing a simple Google search or watching a video on YouTube or streaming content on Netflix or Amazon Prime, he looks for speedy content delivery to his device. Here, Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) play an integral part. CDN plays a major role in ensuring that the content is delivered as fast and quickly as possible to the user. Let’s dig deeper to know more about what is CDN and how it works. What is CDN? A CDN is a system of distributed servers or networks that deliver content like webpages, videos, images, etc. to a user, from a server closest to his geographical location. Three main factors are involved in the working of a CDN – the user’s location, website or hosting server’s location and the content delivery server’s location. How CDN works? As per a study by…
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