Monday, 30 December 2019

3 Keys to Effective Data Center Capacity Planning

There is a well-earned sense of satisfaction when your IT department finally has your data center set up and performing the way it’s meant to: efficiently and securely managing your software applications, telecommunications, and data storage. However, this is not the time to rest on your laurels. Instead, you need to formulate a data center infrastructure management (DCIM) plan, a major component of which includes data center capacity, to account for current and future needs. 
Current Hardware
Determining current and upcoming hardware capabilities falls into two categories: inventory and performance. Knowing exactly what you have will allow you to understand exactly what your data center can (and can’t) do, as well as assess its future capabilities.
On the inventory side, you need to document each server’s name, make and model, operating system (OS), speeds, memory and disk space, network interface cards (NICs) and speeds, and total number of central processing units (CPUs). On the performance side, document each CPU queue, percentage per CPU used, percentage of memory used, memory paging, disk inputs/outputs (I/Os), and actual network speed.
Infrastructure Growth
While the data center capacity that you have now may work fine for your current needs, what happens if (or when) you have to scale up? Costs to run a traditional data center typically range from $10M to $25M per year, and you’ll likely need to investigate—regardless of the system you are using now—the possibilities offered by the four types of data centers:
  • In-house facilities owned and operated by the company using them
  • Co-location systems where servers are housed together for use by multiple clients with their own private computer cloud storage systems
  • Scientific computing systems run by national laboratories
  • Public cloud providers such as Google and Amazon
Future Needs
No matter which of the options above works best for you now, or will be your optimal choice in the future, the decisions you make should consider the following criteria:
  • Fault tolerance (fire suppression, air conditioning redundancy, dual electrical sources)
  • Security/safety (biometric hand scanners, defined floor access procedures, locked cages and cabinets)
  • Capabilities/scalability (total cooling capacity, minimum 18” raised floor, number of cabinets)
  • Core service standards (on-site service personnel, maintenance schedule, alarm system)
  • Location risk profile (flooding probability, aircraft flight plans, distance from railroad/highway, seismic profile)

Saturday, 21 December 2019

Window Vs Linus Hosting - Data first

Most web hosts tend to fall somewhere in between these two extremes. You will need to speak with the web hosts you are interested in to see exactly what they offer. Not all managed hosts operate in the same way or offer the same services.

In addition to considering how much of these administrative tasks you want to tackle on your own (as well as what you are comfortable doing), you will need to consider your budget. No rule of thumb says how much managed services run, but they do have a cost.

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Friday, 13 December 2019

How Does VPS Hosting Compare to Dedicated Servers?

There are a lot of similarities between VPS hosting options and dedicated servers.

Both options offer you increased control over your hosting environment, especially with regards to the software that is installed. Both options offer you the option of purchasing the specs that you need when it comes to hardware.

Though this analogy is overly simplistic, you can think of a VPS plan as a light version of a dedicated server. A VPS plan is set up like a shared plan but behaves like a dedicated server. A VPS plan offers you a chance to try out the most premium of hosting options, a dedicated server, without the cost.

It will be no surprise to you that VPS plans are cheaper than dedicated servers. When a web host can put multiple customers on a single server, they can charge less to each customer.

Most web hosts tend to fall somewhere in between these two extremes. You will need to speak with the web hosts you are interested in to see exactly what they offer (and what they do not). Not all managed hosts operate in the same way or offer the same services.

In addition to considering how much of these administrative tasks you want to tackle on your own (as well as what you are comfortable doing), you will need to consider your budget. No rule of thumb says how much managed services run, but they do have a cost (sometimes considerably so).

Tuesday, 10 December 2019

Why Cloud Computing Is Ideal for Small Businesses

Why cloud computing? Because it's the best thing for small business since the creation of the stapler. Cloud computing can give you access to your business data and applications from anywhere at any time from any mobile device, at a reasonable price. The cloud gives small businesses access to technologies.

Many traditional desktop applications are disappearing, for example, many accounting software vendors no longer have desktop software offerings. Many traditional desktop applications are disappearing, for example, many accounting software vendors no longer have desktop software offerings - they have moved their products to the cloud and offer inexpensive, online subscription-based services.

Why Cloud Computing Can Save You Money

1. You no longer have to pay for someone (or a team of someones) to do things.

2. You no longer have to buy software.

3. You may be able to consolidate your separate application needs into one multi-application cloud computing service.

4. You may be able to cut back on system hardware.

5. A cloud computing application may make integration easier.

6. Cloud computing applications are regularly updated, so you don't have to spend time and money doing it.

Since cloud applications are browser-based they are accessible from mobile devices such as tablets and smartphones. It's a lot easier and faster to sign up for a cloud computing application than to buy a server, get it up and running and install software on it. And because you don't need to buy hardware and software, your startup or expansion is cheaper, too.

Saturday, 7 December 2019

5 Factors to Consider when Choosing an Email Hosting Service - Data First

Email communication is a vital tool for small and large enterprises. Unlike in the past, most external and internal communications are done over emails, as the method is faster than calling. Whether you prefer Outlook, Zimbra, or Icewarp as your default mail solution; you need an email hosting service to go live and be able to use the email solution. Though there are multiple email hosting services in the market, not all suit your business requirements. That said, the blog post discusses five factors you must consider when choosing email hosting services.

Selecting An Email Hosting Services – 5 Factors To Consider

1. Security

Business communications often contain confidential data that needs to be accessed only by the designated recipient. Any slack in email security can result in data breaches, unauthorized access, and monetary loss. Having said that, the security of your email hosting service should be your foremost concern when selecting a provider. Avoid free email hosting services, as they lack the necessary security features

2. Administration and Operation

Email is the backbone of business communications as crucial information can reach multiple users across the globe in a single click. Ideal email hosting services give businesses total control of their email environment through round the clock chat, email, and voice support. Exceptional email hosting providers, for instance, provide comprehensive support ranging from installation, troubleshooting to maintenance. On top of that, reliable email hosting providers offer an interactive, easy to use web interface for users to create problem tickets within seconds and the issue can then be resolved by the dedicated technical support team.

3. Flexibility and Compatibility

Business owners can’t afford employee productivity to take a backseat and therefore, an email solution needs to have enterprise level syncing with multiple devices for on the go operations. No matter whether your employee strength is a few hundreds or even a million, each employee must be able to access calendars, contacts and shared folders in few clicks, irrespective of their physical location. Moreover, your email hosting provider must be able to offer bundled benefits to help you scale with growing business needs without having to switch multiple email solutions.

4. Optimum Storage and Archiving Functions

Watching that “mailbox full” message is a frustration that many business users face everyday the moment they login or during the work hours. Cluttered mailboxes kill business productivity as a business user needs to delete messages first to make way for new messages in the inbox. If a business user accidentally deletes a crucial email, the agony is better left unsaid. Reliable email hosting providers offer a decent email storage along with archiving capabilities to ensure you longer need to deal with a cluttered mailbox and email recovery. Having these capabilities help business do away with storing bulky .pst files and focus only on the areas that matter.

5. Service Availability

Many businesses out there work on “follow the sun” model that requires email services to be up and running all the time without any latency or other significant issues. Even one hour of email downtime may cost a thousand dollars or more depending on the organizational size and level of business operations.

Thursday, 5 December 2019

6 Benefits Of COLOCATION For Your Business

Colocation is a hosting option utilized for businesses of all sizes for a variety of reasons.  Small businesses can obtain needed features of a large IT department without the capital investment. Medium to large sized enterprises can expand their infrastructure capacity without undertaking costly construction or facility leasing.
Colocation allows you to store your equipment in a cabinet located in a secure data center with a public IP address, bandwidth, and power supplied by the service provider to your server.
Colocation also provides:
  1. Better connectivity. Colocation data centers have fully redundant network connections ensuring that customers’ business critical applications always run uninterrupted.
  2. Improved network security. Data centers have top-notch network security, including the latest firewalls / IDS systems to detect and prevent unauthorized access to their customers’ systems.
  3. Redundant power supply. Colocation data centers offer power redundancy through a combination of multiple power grids, diesel power generators, double battery backup systems and excellent maintenance practices.
  4. Bursting capability. Colocation centers provide customers with the flexibility to burst to higher bandwidth levels to accommodate their traffic demand without having to make repeat capital investments. Since data spikes are distributed over time across numerous users, bandwidth costs are significantly reduced.
  5. Room for growth. Colocation allows you to expand your infrastructure to fit the needs of your company’s growth without having to take on capital expenditures. If you’re company grows, your IT infrastructure can expand to support it quickly and with less investment.
  6. A step toward cloud migration. If your company is looking at cloud computing in the near future, colocation provides a smooth transition by allowing you to move your equipment to an offsite facility with increased capacity and performance to support business needs while ensuring a smooth cloud transition.

Wednesday, 4 December 2019


A Virtual Private Server (VPS) is an isolated virtual machine on a physical server. It is sold as a service by an Internet hosting provider. There can be dozens of VPSes created on a single physical server, depending on the specifications of the physical server. A VPS has its own IP address and runs its own operating system (OS). And, customers usually have superuser-level access (root access), to that virtual machine. So that they can install any software that runs on that OS. VPS hosting in India is a way to build a website on a server that offers more power, security and stability.

In traditional shared hosting, if one of the websites on the server suddenly requires a lot of resources. Or, is somehow compromised, the other sites on the server will likely be affected by much slower load speeds, or worse. Websites hosted on a VPS are rarely affected by such occurrences. Because VPSes are fully isolated environments and don’t share resources in the same way. A VPS lives in a partitioned server with its own dedicated tools. This means a VPS is backed up by its own RAM, storage and operating system.

VPS hosts usually offer more dedicated management of their servers as well. For companies offering eCommerce, CRM, ERP, CMS, there can be peace of mind knowing that the servers are taken care of so they can focus on selling their products. This is especially true for fully-managed VPS hosting, where most, if not all server admin work is done by the hosting provider, either for free or for an additional cost.

A good VPS host should offer a minimum of 100GB of storage, 4GB of RAM and more than enough monthly data transfers. ADNservers is offering different types of VPS hosting packages ranged from BDT 2,376 to BDT 9,328 based on storage, RAM and many more facilities. The price will vary for VPS plans with SSD Disk and VPS plans with SATA Disk. As complementary, from ADNservers virtual private server, you will get:

24/7 monitoring
Fully managed
Charge Free installation
Provision free upgrade and more

Tuesday, 3 December 2019

Linux Reseller Hosting Services

Reseller hosting is a form of web hosting wherein the account owner has the ability to use his or her allotted hard drive space and bandwidth to host websites on behalf of third parties. The reseller purchases the host's services wholesale and then sells them to customers, possibly for a profit. A certain portion of hard drive space and bandwidth is allocated to the reseller account. The reseller may rent a dedicated server from a hosting company, or resell shared hosting services.

Domain Maintenance: -   You can add/remove add-on domains or subdomains and even edit DNS records for them

On-demand Resources: -   CPU/RAM, various entry processes are at your disposal where you can access and utilize these as per your demands.

Plenty website hosting space: -   Demand as much storage space as you want to store your files, videos etc.

99.981% uptime and security: -   Your business gets to operate in full force with no breakdown in between the hectic business hours and that too under the scrutiny of our security team.