eNlight Cloud hosting is delivered from a cluster of multiple high specification servers. Our eNlight Cloud server hosting services has alleviated the process of individual installation of applications and is extremely proficient with one of its major features being scalability in the form of Memory, CPU and Bandwidth allocation, along with redundant SAN storages.
Our eNlight cloud hosting solution significantly lessens the overhead cost of server hardware and other applications, and it is appropriate for companies that are planning to cut their costs for server hosting in India. In short, Cloud hosting servers that can also be defined as fully redundant and multi server systems which are easily scalable and can be virtualized on demand.
eNlight Cloud is our in-house developed technology on hardware virtualization platform. eNlight is a patent pending advanced cloud computing technology that involves provisioning of dynamically auto scalable resources like CPU and RAM in a hardware virtualization server environment over the Internet. With its intelligent design, eNlight can calculate the need for additional resources for a virtual machine or server and the need to withdraw them as and when not required, therefore providing a truly scalable environment for servers and cloud hosting.
With eNlight cloud server hosting solutions in India; resources allocation, scalability and server upgrade or downgrade cycles are not tedious as eNlight takes care of these seamlessly and adjusts resources in real time, eliminating the need of a server reboot.
With resources dynamically allocated as per the server load, eNlight's intelligent Auto-Scaling cloud hosting technology recognizes when to allocate and de-allocate resources to a virtual machine (Server). You can deploy any number of virtual machines (servers) or eradicate them after use.
Cloud Computing and Cloud Hosting For Businesses In India: Software as a Service, Infrastructure as a Service
Implementation and operation of service start as soon as possible, in line with current business requirements.
For the timely update and correct operation of the Cloud Servers, ESDS guaranteeing a high level of technical support at all times using the eNlight software.
The client does not spend money on deployment, saves on buying equipment, rent, salaries of specialists.
Company does not purchase a license for the software, and uses it as a service, transferring small monthly lease payments. By renting exactly as much as is necessary for the company.
Renting software simplifies the collective work of a geographically distributed structure. The employee receives the virtual workspace (virtual office) with access to the necessary applications regardless of their location.
ESDS contacting customers immediately receive set of integrated services and a wide range of services "in the cloud" that the client can use at all stages of their business development: From the registration of a domain name and the first steps on the Internet prior to the implementation of complex business operations in virtual space.
Providing computer infrastructure model "Infrastructure as a Service, abbr. IaaS" avoids the cost of acquisition, maintenance and modernization of hardware-software complex, required for stable operation of servers and applications.
Through the Tier 3 data center design, ESDS provides cloud hosting services to its customers at a higher level than most hosting providers in India.
Since the advent of internet, various vendors have been offering hosting services that has emerged and created Data Centers that have absorbed a significant part of the POS (Point of Sale) equipment that once stood within companies.
The cloud hosting and computing has been characterized very broadly, including any form of server virtualization and outsourcing of cloud computing infrastructure. Thus, for some time, the term has taken on a generic character, and not characterized clearly as an operating model in order to identify their specific attributes and benefits. But, as the solutions offered by the market were consolidated, there were emerging proposals for the definition of the concept of cloud computing.
Among the various proposed definitions, one that has been widely accepted by the market and is increasingly cited in the literature is, "Cloud computing is a model for enabling ubiquitous, convenient, on-demand service via the network to a shared pool of configurable computing resources (e.g., networks, web servers, storage devices, applications and services) that can quickly provide access with minimal management effort or interaction with cloud hosting service provider".
Self-Demand: Consumers can allocate new resources automatically, without human interaction with the cloud computing service provider.
Access via Wide Network: Resources should be available over the network and must be accessible by default mechanisms, allowing its use by different devices such as personal computers, smartphones, tablets, etc.
Pooling Of Resources: The computing resources of the cloud hosting service provider are grouped to serve multiple consumers with physical and virtual resources dynamically being arranged and rearranged according to the demand of these consumers.
Allocation of Resources: Resources should be allocated and freed elastically, and in some cases automatically, allowing rapid adaptation to the demand. For the consumer, the available resources should appear to be unlimited, and you can allocate the desired amount of these resources at any time.
Services Measured: Cloud Computing Services shall monitor and optimize resources automatically, providing mechanisms to measure these features using a measurement system suitable for the type of resource being used (e.g., amount of storage space, speed of communication, processing capacity, number of active users, etc..). It should be possible to monitor, control and query the use of resources, providing transparency for both the consumer and the provider of services.