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Browse the OVHcloud use case hub to learn more about what you can accomplish with OVHcloud solutions, from hosting static websites and e-commerce sites to building big data applications.
Thanks to new tools and techniques, the science of big data has helped decision makers, business analysts and data scientists gain invaluable insights in a number of fields – from business intelligence to healthcare; from predicting consumer behaviour and tracking brand performance to understanding diseases (such as cancer) – better than ever before.
With the rise of big data, AI and machine learning methods have rapidly moved from purely conceptual to powerful business tools, with the potential to deliver invaluable insights and sustainable growth. With companies producing and more data than ever before – all of which will require processing, classification and analysis – organisations ranging from startups to global leaders are exploring how artificial intelligence, and an increasingly sophisticated range of machine learning algorithms, can be utilised for a range of applications.
The right website and domain name, hosted on the right platform, is vital for any organisation – from startups to global leaders. However, things become more complicated if you’re looking to manage multiple websites (if you’re looking to create a site for each brand within your corporate umbrella, for example), but a multisite solution eliminates many of these concerns.
If you run a business online, such as an ecommerce website, your website will need to be highly dependable and capable of handling multiple, concurrent visits and transactions from across the globe. In order to provide your customers with this level of performance and security and develop a strong online presence, you need to carefully select a reliable hosting service, as this is what gets your site online, so others can access it.
Monitoring is the practice of gathering metrics – such as latency, traffic and data – in order to understand the state of the individual servers, server clusters, applications and networks that make up your IT infrastructure. This involves both real-time server monitoring of any potential incidents, and analysing both short and long-term performance.
Since its launch in 2011, Minecraft has become a true global phenomenon, and the bestselling PC game of all time, with editions for almost all major platforms (even a pocket edition!), and more than 100 million registered users al over the world. With a vibrant online community, and a wide range of unique add-ons and mini games - such as Pixelmon and Skywars - there are more ways to play Minecraft than ever before. Seamless, responsive gameplay is now the industry standard, which all hosting providers offering private servers for Minecraft players (be they physical or virtual) are expected to deliver.
Streaming media has rapidly become a ubiquitous part of our personal and professional lives, with virtually everyone accessing the most popular streaming services – such as Netflix, SoundCloud, Spotify and BBC iPlayer – through their mobile and laptop devices for up to 15 hours per week. At the time of writing, the video streaming market is expected to be worth more than $125 million by 2025.
OVHcloud has fostered close partnerships with global leaders in the field of virtualization technology for a number of years. Our ranges of dedicated bare-metal servers have been designed to underpin industry-leading virtualization software, including VMware’s benchmark offering.
What are OVHcloud use cases?
There are many situations where cloud computing solutions can be used to enhance the ability to achieve business goals. However, the spectrum of solutions and the variety of use cases that can be achieved in the cloud makes it challenging to assess which product best suits which workload.
The use case hub aims to clarify how a specific OVHcloud solution such as Public Cloud, Hosted Private Cloud, Dedicated Servers or a hybrid approach can be deployed for a different use case, from website hosting to big data and monitoring. Each example listed in the hub provides an introduction to the use case and explains the benefits of using one OVHcloud solution over another for that particular use case. For example, why use dedicated servers for Minecraft instead of virtual servers? Which use cases require a virtualized solution as opposed to bare metal? In addition, each use case also contains technical and commercial tips and advice to help you get the most our of whichever solution you choose and get ideas on how to set up your solution for the appropriate scenario.