If you have a website whose hosting requires more or less resources depending on the traffic it gets at different periods in time and you do not want to always pay the extra money, you need to consider cloud hosting. Cloud hosting is hosting on a group of connected servers. This means that you will share resources such as power, memory storage and bandwidth with others, but you will only pay for the resources you actually use.
Cloud hosting providers build large data centers in different parts of the world and then lease out their hardware. You need only find the center that is closest and most convenient for you. The only downfall is that you do not have complete control because the resources you use are owned by someone else. Another thing we have to mention is that setting up your site on the chosen cloud platform requires some expertise so we do not recommend it for small businesses.
When it comes to finding the best cloud hosting provider for you, BloggerKhan has already done some of the legwork and created a chart that will help you make a more informed decision. We have created a list of major companies along with the location of their data centers and the available plans. Of course, there is always the option of having a custom plan created for you based on the needs of your business, but at least you will know where to look for more information.
Read more at http://bit.ly/cloud-hosting-providers . We hope it helps.