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Cloud Website is a simple, versatile platform for hosting your websites and blogs.


For the very first time in India customers have the opportunity to host their website in the latest technology which provides 99.99% uptime assured. A technology that can overwrite any sort of natural disaster with built in Disaster Redundancy.

Supports all Types of Websites and More

No matter what you use to design your site PHP, .NET, or DRUPAL, Cloud Website is always ready with built in support for sites that run on CMS like Drupal, WordPress, Joomla, PHPNuke MYSQL and MSSQL.

More Uptime Assured

We know your site is as important as your business, at no time you would like to have a website that is non-functional at the same time you don’t like to handle infrastructure and servers. We listen to you, hence we provide 99.9% uptime assured.

 

Pay As You Grow

Worried about your resources? Don’t be because in Cloud Website you have the freedom to scale as per your requirement. We don’t bill you for what you don’t use. Freedom of scaling and from Limited to Unlimited is now decided by your requirement. You can host Unlimited Domains, use Unlimited Database, Unlimited Email Ids and Unlimited Web space.

Advantages of unlimited domains hosting

You certainly save money, for starters. It’s convenient to be able to manage all your hosting accounts in one place. Adding a new domain is quick and easy, no need to sign up for new hosting all over again.

Just be sure that, if you are going to achieve any level of success in marketing your websites, one unlimited domains hosting account is definitely required. It’s always good to have unlimited Domains hosting when you would like to improve your online marketing, since it will give you the sudden growth in your business since you have the freedom to host multiple domain at one place.

Features of Cloud Website

  • Host Unlimited Domains Free
  • Unlimited FTP Free
  • Create Unlimited Email Ids Free
  • Windows Server
  • Website Builder Free
  • Reselling
  • MSACCES Database Free
  • Built-in Load Balancer Free
  • Built-in redundancy Free
  • Patch Updates Free

 


What is cloud technology?


Everyone is talking about “The Cloud Technology” But what does it mean?

Business applications are moving to the cloud. It’s not just a fad—the shift from traditional software models to the Internet has steadily gained momentum over the last 10 years. Looking ahead, the next decade of cloud technology promises new ways to collaborate everywhere, through mobile devices.
Life before cloud technology

Traditional business applications have always been very complicated and expensive. The amount and variety of hardware and software required to run them are daunting. You need a whole team of experts to install, configure, test, run, secure, and update them.

When you multiply this effort across dozens or hundreds of apps, it’s easy to see why the biggest companies with the best IT departments aren’t getting the apps they need. Small and mid-sized businesses don’t stand a chance.Cloud technology: a better way

With cloud technology, you eliminate those headaches because you’re not managing hardware and software—that’s the responsibility of an experienced vendor like Manashosting. The shared infrastructure means it works like a utility: You only pay for what you need, upgrades are automatic, and scaling up or down is easy. Cloud-based apps can be up and running in days or weeks, and they cost less. With a cloud app, you just open a browser, log in, customize the app, and start using it.

Businesses are running all kinds of apps in the cloud, like customer relationship management (CRM), HR, accounting, and much more. Some of the world’s largest companies moved their applications to the cloud with salesforce.com after rigorously testing the security and reliability of our infrastructure.

As cloud technology grows in popularity, thousands of companies are simply rebranding their non-cloud products and services as “cloud technology.” Always dig deeper when evaluating cloud offerings and keep in mind that if you have to buy and manage hardware and software, what you’re looking at isn’t really cloud technology but a false cloud.

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Our technical engineers with vast experience and knowledge in the respective department were hired to provide best quality and quick service to our customers. To help the customers, Manashosting has created Interactive help document which will help the customer to understand the hosting procedures and techniques. Each of our customers’ are provided with customer ID through which our customers get support quickly and effectively.

 

 

 

 

 


 

What is Cloud Website?

If we are splitting these two words it will be easy for understanding. As we all know a website is a design that represents a company or an individual or a group which provides all the information about the type of business, strengths, vision products or services etc. Cloud is the technology where multiple servers or cluster of servers are used to provide more uptime and speed with additional features like built-in redundancy and built-in load balancer. Cloud is a technology which will automatically store your website, data, applications etc in tens of thousands of servers which is located in one datacenter or different datacenters located across the world and your application, software etc can be accessed from anywhere at any time.

Cloud Website significantly changes the way applications are delivered, managed and integrated. Compared to traditional Website, cloud Website operates on a larger scale, attracts a variety of users accessing services and application within a single cloud, and comes with the inherent "lights out" dependency on the cloud service providers.

Cloud Website consists of thousands of servers located at data centers running tens of thousands of application instances accessed by millions of users at the same time. Such large-scale operations make pervasive automation an absolute necessity. Further, in order to provide secure access to Website resources for various user roles — cloud operators, service providers, resellers, IT administrators, application users — Website clouds need to have delegated administration and self-service capabilities.

Advantages of Cloud Website

Using Cloud Website gives an added advantage than the conventional method of hosting. With cloud, sky is the limits here the resources are available beyond leaps and bounds. Let’s get to know a little more in detail, you might have a website which you have hosted in an conventional environment of hosting and there is a sudden spike in the traffic on your website during a time that you have least expected. It would be too late by the time you approach your service provider and ask them to increase your limited resources, and even if the resources are increased you might either increase it to a level which is surplus that would cost you more or to a level that is lesser which might lose your business. On the other hand, if your website is hosted on the latest Cloud Technology you don’t have to worry about the traffic or resources of your site since the technology by itself will automatically increase the resources without any human intervention and you still are in control since you would be just paying for what you have used (in other words this is called as elasticity) and when your traffic goes back to normal your resources consumption automatically reduces thereby giving you the peace of mind and also maintaining your website live with high uptime and speed even during a huge in-pour of traffic. In cloud website there is absolutely no intervention of human since the technology by itself is capable to handle any type of changes on demand.

The concept of “Pay As You Grow” is only possible with Cloud Technology, you pay only for what you have used and not for ideal resources. In Cloud Website you have the freedom to use any resources as much as you want, if your requirement is more for email space you can just pay for email space, if your requirement is more for database space you can use as much as database space you require. In Cloud Website you have the freedom to increase or decrease your resources as and when you want. Many websites these days are on cloud technology, websites like Amazon, Microsoft, Facebook, Google, Orkut, Yahoo etc have adopted cloud long back. Now customers who have immense requirement which is elastic in nature prefer cloud technology.
Best of all, cloud website lets you focus on your business rather than on your website. You don't have to use valuable IT resources to keep business systems on life support. Instead, you can re-deploy them to focus on more strategic business initiatives while leaving your cloud website vendor to worry about scalability, security, uptime, application maintenance and system upgrades.

And you can be confident in taking your business public, or into new regions of the world, without outgrowing your cloud website resources, thanks to the Cloud Technology.

> Reliable hosting infrastructure

Virtual servers built within Manashosting's cloud infrastructure mean that traffic spikes won't slow your business website, and downtime is non-existent.

> Unlimited 24x7 support

Our dedicated support team is available 24x7. We're well qualified and highly experienced to handle all requirements.

> World-class data centre

Manashosting's cloud system is housed at the St. Louis data centre ‐ the best, most reliable data centre in the USA, with more advanced levels of redundancy not seen in traditional data centers.

> Build your own website for FREE with Website Builder

Creating your own professional looking website has never been so easy! Manashosting's Website Builder comes free with hosting packages and allows you to build a website with all the controls you're familiar with using in Microsoft Applications.

> Fastest and most resilient

Manashosting's Cloud Hosting has been independently acknowledged by Load Impact as the fastest and most resilient hosting when benchmarked against the major Indian and Global Hosting companies.

Are you still thinking if Cloud website is the right choice?

Risk free monthly package well under $39 per month, freedom to cancel after 30days no long term commitment.

Benefits of Cloud Website

Going to the cloud means saving your electronic files on giant, off-site hard drives or using Web-based applications and accessing them through an online connection. Your files could actually be stored, say, in a giant server farm in Iowa.
In a recent survey by the NPD Group, 76 percent of those who responded had used Web email and tax-preparation and photo-sharing sites, but only 22 percent were familiar with the term cloud computing.
Look for big savings in energy and software costs just by moving from an email program to Web mail and shifting your antivirus protection to cloud website.
As organizations evaluate how cloud computing can achieve these advantages, they are faced with numerous choices. While moving to the cloud has definite advantages such as — improving business agility, reducing management complexity and controlling costs, etc., one needs to appreciate that simply moving towards a service-oriented cloud computing model does not automatically deliver benefits. To derive maximum benefit and Return on Investment (ROI), cloud computing needs to be considered as part of a larger move towards more effective management and integration.

Platform independence translates well into the business world where even a very small business with a couple of employees or even a sole proprietor can leverage a variety of software platforms, such as PC, Mac and Mobile. And, even if a business requires all employees to use either a single platform, the employees will often leverage personal technologies like home computers or mobile devices when traveling or when working remotely.

The business also saves on post implementation costs in that:

> new hardware purchases do not require reconfigurations to connect to cloud applications.
> the company can scale up on software and data capacities disproportionately to hardware costs, and
> software updates from the developers push seamlessly and automatically throughout the organization.

Cloud computing reduces technology expenses. with less budget, and no room for error when it comes to technology purchases. You can buy only what You truly, truly need, and this is common across every small business. If you can push something to the cloud, say backups or files it is generally much cheaper than purchasing physical hardware and has freed up revenue for other necessary expenses.

Stability

Storing your data in a secure, scalable data center like the one described above will also give you a significant increase in system stability. Enterprise level data centers incorporate redundancy and backup technologies that increase up time and significantly reduce downtime and practically eliminate data loss.

This is in stark contrast to the local area network or desktop environments where data is stored at best in a centralized local server and at worst across multiple laptops and workstations throughout the organization. Data backup is difficult to maintain and/or enforce and downtime on the company’s server often cripples the entire company until IT can bring the systems back online. When the IT department is outsourced, the downtime is often extended and creates significant costs – strategically and monetarily – for the company.

Embrace the Cloud

Cloud technologies are not perfect and are not invulnerable, but in my mind, the advantages of cloud technology far outweigh the disadvantages, especially with some of the recent strides the industry has taken in regard to security, stability and privacy.

Additional uptime

means additional productivity, and that translates into additional money saved. While it’s sometimes tough to put a value on up-time stats, many businesses will lose as much as a million dollars a day, or more, if their core business systems are not functioning correctly. Cloud management technology can spot issues before they become true outages, and can pay for itself with a single instance of an averted problem.

SLA reporting

refers to the fact that cloud management technology can monitor a cloud provider’s ability to live up to the SLA, or service level agreement, that has been established. Response times, latency, and uptime need to be tracked over time, and the cloud provider or cloud manager (if private) is alerted when the system behavior does not support the pre-established criteria. In many instances, there are financial penalties that the provider must pay. I had a client once get a check at the end of the month, rather than an invoice.

Compliance management

involves monitoring the effectiveness of security and compliance. Typically the system keeps logs to support compliance audits and other activities. Considering that my healthcare clients must constantly deal with this issue, cloud management tools provide a first line of defense by both remaining in compliance with existing rules and regulations, as well as reporting to auditors who are constantly in the building. Results of not being compliant could mean stiff fines or perhaps suspension of operations, each of which is a business killer. None of this changes when moving to the cloud.

Disasters

is the ability to do a post mortem on outages and other failures. Cloud management technology allows you to track the operations of a cloud-based system, including what happened in the lead-up to a failure. I had a client once who thought his cloud provider was killing connections on him, thus causing several short outages per day. It turned out that he had a network problem on his end, as reported by the cloud management software. Problem corrected, money saved.

Security and Privacy

Hardware Theft and Loss – Locally stored data is very difficult to secure. Even the most sophisticated firewall systems can protect a company only from electronic intrusion, not from hardware theft or loss. Most hardware thieves are less interested in data than in the hardware itself, but once a business is no longer in control of its hardware, it must consider all of the data on that hardware as compromised.

Vulnerabilities in Data Transmission – Remote employees often connect to office computers through technologies like Windows Remote Desktop (RDP) and other remote accessibility clients. Accessing data remotely protects the company from increased risk through hardware theft/loss, but the transmission of data is often not secure. To adequately protect data from outside intruders, the company must couple the remote client with application layer filters (FTP). This type of encryption is inherent in secured, based cloud applications (256 bit encrypted HTTP).

Data Center Audits, Assurance and Compliance – All computerized data is stored on physical devices, whether those devices are local or “in the cloud.” In that sense the term “in the cloud” is misleading – implying that the data is not physically bound to a local device that is subject to physical protections.

In fact, the physical devices that store most cloud data are incomparably more secure than what a local business (especially a small to medium sized business) can afford to implement. These physical protections often include:

> Enterprise quality firewalls. > Onsite, physical security like fencing and keyed access points.
> Limitation of access to physical data to a very few, highly vetted technicians.
> Discretion regarding the physical location of buildings that house data centers.
> Enterprise level data encryption and security protocols
> Audited privacy and security protocols, policies, procedures and infrastructure, subject to an annual SSAE No. 16 report (formerly SAS 70).

Hardware Theft and Loss – Locally stored data is very difficult to secure. Even the most sophisticated firewall systems can protect a company only from electronic intrusion, not from hardware theft or loss. Most hardware thieves are less interested in data than in the hardware itself, but once a business is no longer in control of its hardware, it must consider all of the data on that hardware as compromised.

Vulnerabilities in Data Transmission – Remote employees often connect to office computers through technologies like Windows Remote Desktop (RDP) and other remote accessibility clients. Accessing data remotely protects the company from increased risk through hardware theft/loss, but the transmission of data is often not secure. To adequately protect data from outside intruders, the company must couple the remote client with application layer filters (FTP). This type of encryption is inherent in secured, based cloud applications (256 bit encrypted HTTP).

Data Center Audits, Assurance and Compliance – All computerized data is stored on physical devices, whether those devices are local or “in the cloud.” In that sense the term “in the cloud” is misleading – implying that the data is not physically bound to a local device that is subject to physical protections.

How Does Data Stay Safe in the Cloud?

Cloud safety is all about finding the right vendors and implementing technology that focuses on both identity verification and data encryption.

One way to protect sensitive information is to encrypt data as it enters leaves and rests in the cloud. This can be done by leveraging DLPs, or Data Loss Prevention tools, which monitor data leakage and ensure the secure transportation of data to and from the cloud.

1. Consider utilizing the Consensus Assessment Initiative Questionnaire (CAIQ) provided for free by the Cloud Security Alliance (CSA). The CAIQ offers boilerplate questions established by hundreds of security professionals around the world.

2. Demand that your cloud service provider has and maintains appropriate levels of security assurance and verify that they have posted this information on the Security, Trust, and Assurance Registry (STAR).

3. Ensure that you have appropriate security language in your contracts with the cloud service provider, and establish meaningful service-level agreements to guarantee service delivery.

4. Validate that your cloud service provider is spot-checking its performance. The CSA has Cloud Audit that can provide an automated approach to doing this, while some companies perform a right to audit. Determine how thorough you need to be in order to obtain a level of assurance.

5. Consider your back-out plan if the cloud service provider relationship does not work out.

6. In the end, ensure that you have a thorough understanding of what information you can't afford to lose. As the old security saying goes, don't digitize anything you don't want to lose. Likewise, don't store it out in the cloud.

Why Cloud Website?

Reduced costs: Cloud computing reduces your hardware (computers, software (all those downloaded programs), networking management and overall IT expenses. In addition, with cloud computing, you pay for what you use.

Scalability: You can scale your business’ storage needs seamlessly rather than having to go out and purchase expensive programs or hardware. A not-for-profit ran a cookbook project and was able to pay for all the cloud apps they needed to create, implement and market their project on a month to month basis. They didn’t have to purchase a piece of hardware, buy software licenses or worry about overloading their servers.

Automatic Updates: There is no need for IT to worry about paying for your future updates in terms of software and hardware.

Access: employees, partners and clients can access, and update information wherever they are, rather than having to run back the office.

Disaster Relief: With your company’s data safely stored on secure data centers instead of your server room (previously known as your storage closet), losing power due to hurricanes, earthquakes or a construction worker cutting the power lines, you are back at work as long as you have an internet connection. Ease of Implementation: Your IT team (hopefully older than a 10 year old) may not like this, but implementing cloud services is as easy as, well, setting up a LinkedIn page.

Response Time: Cloud computing accomplishes a better response time in most cases than your standard server and hardware. Even playing field for small firms: This allows small companies to compete more effectively with some of the larger businesses, balancing the playing field. Your small business can utilize the same tools that Fortune 100 companies use and can do this because with cloud computing, your business will only pay for what you need. Moving to the cloud is easy: The transfer of business information into the cloud is very straightforward. There is no need to install new hardware or software as everything is run by the cloud provider.

Cost savings could be higher than you anticipate: Businesses that move to the cloud can make savings on many different levels - IT hardware and software expenditure is cut dramatically and fewer staff or support resources are needed for IT maintenance. Last September, analyst group IDC estimated that business can instantly reduce their IT spend by approximately 54 percent by moving to a cloud based solution.

Improved productivity: One of the key benefits of cloud computing is that employees can access documents and emails whilst away from the office. If your business demands mobility and flexibility or you have staff keen to extend their use of home or remote working, the cloud could be a straightforward and affordable way of addressing these needs.

Greater level of security: Cloud computing can be more secure than traditional IT. It's all about economies of scale - many established cloud suppliers employ leading security experts, invest vast amounts of money into securing their applications and develop technology beyond the means of any small business. In addition, the risk of losing confidential data on a laptop or aUSB stick is also diminished, as everything is stored in the cloud and not on your devices.

Manage the cultural adjustment: Today's employees expect to have the same technology at work that they enjoy at home. Google designs its applications with users in mind and many staff will already be familiar with Google Mail and Google Docs. However, internal communication about the change of service and in-house training sessions will help staff to feel more comfortable using the new technology.

A more collaborative way of working: Using cloud computing applications, people can work more closely together, accessing and working in the same documents in real time - without the need for hundreds of emails with attachments. Improved knowledge sharing and communication encourages creativity amongst your employees which can help drive the business forward.

Flexibility to scale up or scale down your business: Cloud based "pay as you go" style services allow you to easily increase your use of cloud services as your business grows, or decrease your spend if you need to temporarily scale down.

Employees of tomorrow: Look at how teenagers interact - on Facebook, Bebo or MySpace - all cloud environments. These teenagers will soon become employees, accustomed to collaborating online and accessing their data from any mobile device at hand, not expecting to work in one location and from nine to five.

Your business resiliency can be improved: Cloud computing providers should not only offer 24/7 support but also the increased resiliency and redundancy afforded by multiple data centers to ensure your information is always available. This means that you experience less downtime than when managing IT in-house, and any problems can be solved far quicker by being fixed centrally.IDC estimates that businesses operating in the cloud achieve 97 percent greater IT reliability.

More choice: In contrast to traditional IT models which can involve expensive software licenses and long lock-in contracts, the cloud model offers far more flexibility. You can switch provider far more easily and regularly in order to get the best experience and value for money. However, it is important to check with your cloud provider as to how you retrieve data from their cloud should you choose to switch in the future.

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1) Log into the Cloud Website Control Panel.
2) Add your domain.
3) Create email ids
4) Choose the available resources.

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Use the Cloud Control Panel to quickly add MySQL, MSSQL databases, and activate .NET, PHP,PHP 4.3, PHP 4.4 , PHP 5.0 , PHP 5.2.9 , PHP support in HTML Files , MSSQL 2000 , MYSQL 5.2 , Ms Access , ASP , ASP 4.0 , ASP. Net 1.0 , ASP. Net 1.1 , ASP. Net 2.0 , ASP. Net 3.5 , ASP .Net 4.0 , ASP Secured , Flash , Dreamweaver , Html/ Dhtml , XML , CGI with Custom Mapping , Password protected Directories , ADO, ADO .NET , C# , Macromedia Shockwave , Visitor Statistics , Web Shell , Virtual Directories , ODBC DSNs , MIME types , AJAX , WAP/ WML , CSS , Front page Extension.

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