How do cloud servers differ from dedicated servers?


When buying a dedicated server, typically you have to pay an initial set-up fee and commit to a contract for a year or more at a higher minimum price point than a cloud server.

There is usually a lead time on the hardware, and it is difficult to change the server specification as your needs evolve, forcing you to buy something large enough for your application to grow into.

You pay for the server 24 hours a day, not just when you want it up and running.

Our cloud servers, on the other hand, can be deployed immediately from our easy-to-use web console and have no setup charge, a low minimum price point, and no commitment to a contract.

As your requirements change, you can instantly scale up and down the resources you use, and can even pay-as-you-go for just the minutes and hours that your servers are running.

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Asked on July 12, 2018 12:50 pm