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Managed Hosting: Growth Prospects by 2020

Within a managed hosting ecosystem issues like power demand, cooling consumption, immediate scaling and maintenance are handled by the hosting service provider – is managed hosting for you and your company?
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Managed Hosting: Outsourcing Your Data Center

According to the market, growth of colocation and the managed hosting are on the rise as they are the chief data center outsourcing areas of this present IT world. Although, the technology world has seen a sharp inclination to the managed or semi-managed cloud hosting still, colocation and other managed hosting services are experiencing a healthy growth rate.

By analysing reports from a hard of benchmark market researchers, one can apprehend that:

  • Compound annual growth of managed hosting will be around 23% to 27% per year
  • Compound annual growth of colocation service will be around 20% per year
  • Compound annual growth of managed cloud hosting will see a 50% growth per year

From the statistics above one can fathom that the future of managed hosting is pretty bright as a strong trend of outsourcing data centers is governing this ever evolving market of web hosting.

There is an array of reasons behind this roaring growth of managed hosting. Consequently, for a complete cognizance we need to understand the main needs or the driving factors of this immense growth of managed hosting.

Infrastructure Cost

Maintaining a web server or data center is not a painless one as every hardware equipment related to a data center is mortal, having its precise lifespan. Generally, a data center can deliver its performance for five years if its equipment are not replaced. Added to this, technology is evolving every single day and the existing hardware equipments are getting obsolete. So, to keep up the pace with this advancing technology, it’s necessary for every company to refresh the hardware which is costly. Moreover, it demands a sizable amount of time, which is costlier.

Thankfully, in a managed hosting scenario these burdens are absent like, purchasing the new hardware, maintaining cost of the same and hardware scaling issues.

Place and space

According to the market, demand for data center space is growing in a rapid manner. Currently, there is a substantial mismatch between the current market demand and the existing supply. Companies, who are maintaining their own data centers, are facing a hard time to cope up with this problem as most of them are not designed for an immediate scaling facility. Moreover, with the increasing size of a data center, the demand for more power and a smarter cooling facility is needed.

So, arranging all these within a shorter period of time, in accordance with an ever growing demand of modern businesses, is a gigantic task.

Again, a managed hosting can bring the necessary order in this chaos.

If a company hires a managed hosting, they are free from all these aforesaid burdens. It’s for sure that, within a managed hosting ecosystem issues like power demand, cooling consumption, immediate scaling and maintenance are handled by the hosting service provider. As a customer of that managed hosting service, businesses will have to simply convey their specific requirements to an ever attendant 24*7 customer service of that hosting.

Human Capital

Only skilled personnel can ensure the expected performance level from a data center or from a web hosting. Admittedly, it’s hard to find the right person at the right moment in the right place. According to the current market stats from the data center industry, there are close to two million jobs, still unfilled, waiting for the qualified people to fill in.

For a company, it’s really tough to locate, train and employ a qualified human capital for their hosting purpose. So, businesses are looking for the solution by hiring managed hosting services as in that environment, the service provider does all the heavy lifting of staffing the qualified personnel for harnessing the best performance.

Businesses are turning their heads to managed hosting

In the light of these discussed points it can be perceived that the age of managed hosting has already started. Small and medium business are going for managed hosting services as:

  • It can reduce the overall IT operation budget by 30% to 40%
  • It integrates the needful mobility in handling important factors of a business like, content management systems and e-commerce portals
  • It can meet specific needs of a business
  • It can deliver an enhanced web security
  • It ensures the reliability of you’re your website’s performance across all devices
  • It lets you focus on your business by shredding the other hosting related worries
  • It can guarantee a high uptime
  • It boasts a 24*7 dedicated customer support

A new service can shape the market if it’s solving a group of common problems in a versatile way. Managed hosting service has its features which can completely free a business owner from web hosting related issues and allow him to invest his undivided attention on his business.

It’s true that, for small and medium scale businesses, hiring a dedicated server hosting is a luxury with their budget limitations. At the same time, despite being budget friendly, thin resources of shared server hosting can not offer them a solution.

They needed a solution which falls within these two and virtual private server (VPS) hosting was the exact match. A VPS is medium on budget and deliver a high performance. Moreover, among different types of VPS hosting, Linux based VPS is rising high as business owners know why Linux VPS is better than Windows VPS for their purpose. Admittedly, if the speed, performance and load handling capacities are concerned, then Linux based VPS hosting is the most popular choice among businesses, programmers and developers.

Moreover, web hosting services needed to be self-sufficient without any sort of interventions from its client’s side. Thus, semi-managed or fully-managed VPS hosting services are rising as these offer the needful flexibility and performance without demanding any maintenance from their clients.

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